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Dallas’ Best Smoothie Shops — Where Drinks Are Cool

Celebrating National Smoothie Day With Style

BY // 06.20.19

The first day of summer is this Friday, June 21 and coincidentally, so is National Smoothie Day. Celebrate the fruity, sweet, icy beverage at these eight Dallas spots with great smoothies. A couple are even offering deals for the holiday.

These are Dallas’ Best Smoothie Shops:

I Love Juice Bar

8018 Park Lane, Ste. 120 & 7324 Gaston Avenue, Suite 123

This Nashville-based juice bar has lots of smoothies. There are 12 options including a Matcha Green smoothie with matcha green tea, maca powder, cashews, spinach, mango, banana, lemon, Himalayan pink salt and almond milk.

The Doc is a probiotic smoothie with kale, spinach, probiotics, spirulina, ginger, mint, blueberries, strawberries, banana and juiced apple. And the Coffee Janet is an interesting mix of raw cacao powder, coffee, hemp seeds, almond butter, banana, plant-based protein powder, Himalayan pink salt and almond milk.

The Juice Bar

5560 Lovers Lane, Suite 243, 66 Highland Park Village, & NorthPark Center

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The Juice Bar has several chef-created smoothies. There are about nine options with superfood ingredients, including the Day Tripper with almond milk, NuttZo, raw cacao nibs, dates and banana.

Green smoothie options are the Goin’ Green with coconut water, green apple, lemon, celery spinach, parsley and agave, and Green Energy with cucumber, avocado and kale as the green elements. The Purple Haze has almond milk, Greek yogurt, blueberries, banana, vegan protein and powder. And a few fruitier options include the Mango Mama and Strawberry Fields.

The Henry

2301 N. Akard Street, Suite 250

This hotspot at the brand-new Union development in Uptown has everything. Even delicious smoothies. The coffee bar offers four different kinds, including Good Morning Sunshine with a whole mandarin, strawberries, pineapple, banana, maca, flax seed, chia, hemp, plant protein and coconut milk.

The Nuts & Berries has blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, coconut & almond milk, chia, honey, hemp, maca, flax seed and plant protein. Greens & Proteins is a mix of cucumber, spinach, mango, pineapple, raw ginger, matcha tea, almond milk, chia, hemp, maca, flax seed and plant protein. And the PB&C is a twist on PB&J with raw cacao, almond milk, peanut butter, banana, maca, honey, flax seed, chia, hemp and plant protein.

Nekter

Snider Plaza and The Plaza at Preston Center

Along with juices and acai bowls, Nekter has seven kinds of smoothies. From the new Health Nut with your choice of nut butter, banana, cashew milk, pea protein and agave nectar, and a touch of Cocao, to the Popeye’s Acai with spinach there’s something for every taste.

Nekter also has an orange juice based smoothie with strawberry called Orange Crush, the Mango Delight and Berry Banana Burst. Tumeric Sunrise is a fruity drink that fights inflammation and boosts your immune system. And Pink Flamingo has pitaya, aka dragonfruit.

Superfood smoothies are $5 on Friday for rewards members at participating locations.

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Nekter is offering $5 smoothies on June 21. Courtesy of Nekter

Brewed + Pressed

3700 McKinney Avenue, Suite 108 & 1775 Payne Street, Suite 100

This coffee shop and juice bar was founded by Sohail Dar and Mike Heffelfinger. Now with two locations in Dallas, Brewed + Pressed is a great place to stop in for a smoothie. They call them shakes here, but have the same concept.

You can get a green, blue, white, “any juice,” or “any milk” shake. The blue includes activated pumpkin seed milk, frozen banana, activated raw almonds, blue majik, tocos and dates. They also have a Cali Shake with the pumpkin seed milk, coconut water, Stumptown coffee cold brew, frozen avocado, coconut butter, cacao, tocos, lucuma, cordyceps and maca.

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The Peanut Butter shake at Brewed+Pressed. Courtesy of Brewed+Pressed

Smoothie King

Several Dallas Locations. You know where your Smoothie King is.

If you have the Smoothie King app, the process is simple. Scan your app with a purchase of a 20-ounce smoothie on June 21 and you’ll receive a free 20-ounce smoothie to use between June 22 and June 27.

Jamba

Same as Smoothie King. You know where your Jamba Juice is.

Jamba Juice recently changed their name to just Jamba. Who knew? Anyway, the national chain is giving away free small smoothies from 2 pm to 5 pm on Friday, June 21. Choices are between a Watermelon Breeze, Vanilla Blue Sky, or White Gummi smoothie.

Red Mango

Red Mango, which seems to have closed most of its Dallas locations, is open in Richardson at CityLine. Or the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. Or Frisco, if you’re way up there.

They’re offering 50 percent off any smoothie on Friday. At participating locations only.

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