Off The Menu: Project Juice To Debut In The Castro December 1st

After reports of the juicery taking over Artis Coffee’s Castro location, we can now confirm and begin our juice cleanse gaily.

Project Juice was founded in San Francisco by owners Greg and Rachel Malsin, who developed the concept through their own struggles with food allergies and sensitivities. The Castro shop will join existing locations in Hayes Valley, the Mission, Financial District, Russian Hill and Mid-Market, as well as outposts in Palo Alto and Southern California.

Of course, the Castro location will offer a similar menu but will really begin the dive into also including superfood bowls, breakfast bowls, gluten-free toasts, wellness elixirs, cold-brew coffee, kombucha on tap, hot coffee and tea. All menu items served are free of gluten, dairy, soy and peanut. Project Juice sources some of its offerings from other local vendors, including Jane, Nana Joes Granola, Sightglass Coffee and Samovar Tea.

“The Castro has a lot of things we like in a neighborhood—great fitness options, a health-conscious crowd, and a growing number of young families.”

said Malsin about the opening. He hopes to continue to grow a health-conscious community within the Castro and on.

// 506 Castro St, Castro,

Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photos via Project Juice — Need more foodie enrichment? Subscribe to our newsletter for all the best coverage.

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