The juice has arrived in Uptown Dallas: Pressed Juicery, the leading cold-pressed juice and plant-based beverage brand, will open its first Dallas location at 2222 McKinney Ave., Ste. 230, across from the Crescent Court between the Wells Fargo and Morton’s Steakhouse, on August 15.
Pressed offers more than 40 options of cold-pressed juice, plant-based milks, and functional shots. Also on the menu is Freeze, their vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free frozen dessert made from fruits, nuts, and vegetables.
They will also sell trendy snacks such as Sugarfina Juice inspired gummies, and Simply Fuel Protein Balls.
The company’s marketing VP is Blaine LaBron, who is a Dallas native.
“I think our quality products, price point, and the experience we deliver to our customer is what Texans are looking for from a brand in their neighborhood,” she says in a statement.
Pressed Juicery’s relationships with growers allows for produce to arrive at their production facilities within two days of being harvested and be pressed into a beverage in as soon as three days. This allows for maximum nutrients, maximum health benefits, and maximum flavor.
Most of their products are available for $6.50. A six-juice, one-day cleanse is $34.50. If you’re part of their paid-membership platform, juice and plant-based milks are $5, and a one-day cleanse is $30.
The Uptown store will host a grand opening on August 15 with giveaways, membership offers, and Instagrammable moments.
A Southlake location will open in September in Southlake Town Square. Pressed Juicery has lofty expansion plans with Fort Worth, North Dallas, Plano, and additional Dallas locations on the horizon.
They operate more than 75 retail stores in six states; are available in nearly 2,000 locations; and can be purchased directly from their website to any location within the U.S.