Smoothies, Juice Bars and Acai Bowls in San Antonio

Castle Hills Nutrition (Castle Hills)

Healthy shake/smoothie specials will fill that desire for dessert without all of the guilt while energy boosting teas are just the refresher you’ll need to get through the afternoon. 2211 N.W. Military Hwy.

Farm to Juice (Stone Oak)

This family-owned cafe offers three- to 10-day juice cleanses, acai bowls (including a create-your-own option), smoothies and cold pressed juices. CBD shots can be added to juice, coffee, smoothies or bowls and customers also can shop from a variety of farmers market products, including Organic Chix cleaning goods and Youngblood honey. 1321 N. Loop 1604 E., Ste. 103, 210-332-5853

Jugo (Alon, Helotes)

Make your own bowl by picking a frozen base, three fruits, two superfoods and a sweet topping like honey or agave, or select a fresh-pressed juice or smoothie from the menu. The Mount St. Melon juice features watermelon, pineapple, lemon, ginger and mint while the Unbeetable is filled with beets, apple, kale and citrus. 10003 N.W. Military Hwy., Ste. 2114; 9708 Business Pkwy., Ste. 102, Helotes, 833-438-5846

JuiceBoss HQ (Hill Country Village)

Cold pressed juices and cleanses are available at this wellness center, which also offers massage and chiropractic care. Fan favorites include the post-workout Crossfit Extreme made with Swiss chard, kale and pineapple as well as the Green Boss with apple, cucumber spinach and ginger. Small-batch kombucha is also made in-house. 15701 San Pedro Ave., 210-495-2677

Juicessential (La Cantera)

The anti-inflammatory Red Mamba, named for Matt Bonner and made with orange, turmeric, carrot, apple and strawberry, is a recent favorite, but this cafe has an extensive menu of juices, smoothies and acai bowls that are meant to taste good while providing a boost of nutrition. 17803 La Cantera Terrace, Ste. 8119, 210-474-6564

The Oak SA (North Central)

The pros at this smoothie and juice bar want to help you find a meal replacement that tastes great while filling you up. Try low-carb, nutrient-packed smoothies and meal shakes, high-energy teas and more. Treats from Nutrishalish Donut Shop, which offers sweet, protein-filled pastries, also are available on certain days. 11825 West Ave., Ste. 110, 210-507-7753

My Juice LIfe (Southtown)

Formerly Pure Juice, this shop rebranded to put the focus on juice as part of a daily lifestyle. Dive in with a beginner, intermediate or expert detox, or stop in for a single juice, smoothie or acai bowl. Staff can advise you which juice to select, whether you are working to improve your blood pressure or energy level. 812 S. Presa St., 210-591-0094

Primal Juice & Smoothies (Northwest, West)

Everything here is made with organic and raw fruits and veggies, sourced locally when possible. The Green Kango smoothie includes over half a pound of kale plus banana and mango while the BlueNana Tribe tastes like PB&J in a drink and is an ideal post-workout snack. Natural juices like the High Five feature fruits, vegetables and anti-inflammatory ingredients, such as turmeric. CBD can also be added. 9703 Bandera Road, Ste. 106, 210-803-0710; 8802 Potranco Road, Ste. 107, 210-970-9226

Revolucion Coffee + Juice (Alamo Heights, Downtown)

Its original Broadway cafe has since expanded into a downtown shop plus a satellite location in Houston and a third local restaurant is planned at The Rim. Full meals are available for breakfast and lunch, but smoothies and smoothie bowls are their signature items. Try the Rev Acai with acai, blueberry, banana, housemade cashew milk and plenty of toppings. One-, three- and five-day juice detox programs also are available to complete at home. 7959 Broadway, Ste. 500; 300 E. Houston St., 210-607-1818

Rise Up (Alamo Heights, Stone Oak)

This acai and coffee shop has grown from an Airstream to two brick-and-mortar locations that serve fresh acai bowls filled with fruits, hemp hearts, almond milk, kale and more. Fruit, protein and coffee smoothies are available along with lattes, espressos, cappuccinos and more. 6401 Broadway; 18730 Stone Oak Pkwy., Ste. 100, 210-790-0644

Smoothies Extreme (Far North)

It was a passion for fitness that drove the owners of this North Side cafe to get into the smoothie business. Each smoothie includes your choice of nutritional booster, from whey protein to an egg. Low carb and high protein smoothies are available and customers can take advantage of concentrated oxygen thanks to the Aromatherapy 02 Bar. 18402 Hwy. 281 N., Ste. 105, 210-404-9996,

Squeezers (Southtown, Pearl)

Originally a Southtown gem, Keith Simpson expanded in 2020 to a location near Pearl where he continues to provide fresh juices, juice cleanses, bowls and handcrafted lemonades. Try a rookie one-day cleanse of cold pressed juices or start with a F*ck the Flu wellness shot or an immunity boosting juice made with beets, carrots, turmeric and oranges. 732 S. Alamo St., 914 E. Elmira St., 210-943-0054

SunRayz Juice + Café (Medical Center)

Order a juice cleanse or meal prep subscription to enjoy at home during the week or take a lunch break with chicken avocado tacos or a protein bowl. Smoothies, nitro cold brew, golden milk lattes with bee pollen and Buddha’s Brew kombucha also are available. 9390 Huebner Road, Ste. 106, 210-701-8806

Urth Juice Bar McCullough (Olmos Park)

Try the Beety Bom Bom smoothie with beets, ginger, pineapple and oranges, or opt for something sweeter with the Cocoa Chimp that features bananas, peanut butter and chocolate. Fresh juices are available in single servings or as part of a cleanse and 10 different acai bowls offer plenty of variety when in need of a full meal. 5317 McCullough Ave., 210-272-0467

Restaurants’ service and menus may be affected by COVID-19. Please call ahead to confirm. For our full directory of San Antonio restaurants, visit sanantoniomag.com/restaurants-bars.

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