5 Best Spots for Celery Juice in Dallas

Step aside, golden milk and matcha lattes– celery juice is taking over the healthy juice market.

Celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kylie Jenner have taken to the trend, toasting their morning celery juice on Instagram and Snapchat for their thousands of followers to see.

According to Anthony William, “the Medical Medium,” drinking 16 ounces each morning is said to improve gut health, fight cancer, clear skin, and flush out viruses among other things.

So, with all the health benefits and the support of Gwyneth and Kylie, it makes us think– should we be drinking celery juice too?

Whether you’re new to the trend or have tried it before, here are the five best places in Dallas to get your fix.

1. Juice Land


JuiceLand is an Austin-based “hippy juicery” with three locations in the greater Dallas area. The closest location is only an 8-minute drive from the SMU campus. Stop in for a 100% organic cold-pressed celery juice for $6.95 before you start your busy day.

2. Roots Juices


Roots Juices is an Oak Lawn favorite known for its hefty servings (each bottled juice contains more than three pounds of vegetables). Order the celery juice for $8, and you’ll be sure to feel energized and satiated all day long.

3. Nekter Juice Bar


Nekter Juice Bar, California-based juicery with 2 University Park locations, is popular among SMU students for its convenient location and delicious acai bowls. Only a 2-minute drive and about a 10-minute walk, Nekter is the perfect option for students looking to spend $6.75 for celery juice.

4. The Gem Juice Bar


The Gem Juice Bar is a Dallas favorite, started by two local Dallas moms. They have been serving up healthy juices, soups, and snacks for years now and don’t plan on stopping any time soon. If you’re looking to get your morning off to a good start, make sure to swing by for a $7 celery juice first thing in the morning. You’re sure to be greeted by lots of smiles and friendly faces.

5. The Juice Bar

The Juice Bar is another local Dallas hot spot. With three locations around the SMU campus (the closest only 5 minutes away in Highland Park Village) there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to treat yourself to a $7.50 celery juice every once and awhile.

Ellie King

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