The Best Smoothie Spots in Warrenville

a woman drinking a smoothie

Worried that you’re not getting enough fruits and vegetables in your diet? 

Don’t despair. The Warrenville area makes it easy to fulfill your daily quota of nutrients. Several highly-rated locales are blending up a variety of fresh smoothies and juices, daily. 

Check out these top spots for the area’s most refreshing smoothies:

Nature’s Best Cafe

Located conveniently off Route 59, Nature’s Best offers a variety of natural refreshments set to fuel your busy lifestyle. Juices here are made onsite, from deliciously streamlined ingredient lists. 

Try a “Sweetie Pie” (carrot, strawberry, and orange) juice if you’re in the market for something sweet. Or, sample something a little stronger from the juice menu – like the “Popeye.” This juice features organic spinach, carrots, and apples, all pressed into a smooth concoction and available to help you develop your budding sense of strength.

Nature’s Best offers four smoothies and three out of the four contain frozen yogurt. If you want a vegan option, choose the “Bahama Mama” smoothie, a tropical blend of strawberry, banana, and apple juice.

Green.Gypsy.Juice

This juice joint in Geneva is worth the trek if you’re craving some pure, unadulterated juice goodness. Reviewers call the owner, Chelsey, “amazing” and “very personable.” The ambiance is relaxed and perfect for a meetup or an after-workout drink.

There’s a beverage at Green.Gypsy for every mood. If you want something mellow, go for the “Cashew Milk,” which doesn’t technically fit the definition of a juice, but is ridiculously smooth on the tongue. If you’re feeling super green, get your dose of chlorophyll with the “Jaded Jungle” featuring cucumber, carrot, celery, kale, and cilantro.

After all of those healthy drinks, you can return in peace to your apartment at the Preserve at Cantera. The Preserve at Cantera offers a gorgeous setting in which to pursue your personal wellness journey. Contact us today for more information about our community.

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