I have at least one Sip-N-Glo obsessed coworker who will be psyched to hear that the South Street juicery’s bottled juices and smoothies are now available at Di Bruno Bro.’s locations in Rittenhouse and the Franklin. Twitter proof below.
Good news, Shamrock Shake lovers—Philly’s Sip-N-Glo Juicery just debuted a healthier alternative to your Mickey D’s fave.
The Bella Vista juice cafe is now serving up a new minty smoothie just in time for St. Paddy’s day. Called the Lucky Clover, it only has five ingredients, including fresh mint leaves, raw vanilla beans, cashews, bananas and almond milk.
“But it’s not the same!” you say. I know, I know. But just in case you forgot, your good friend the Shamrock Shake isn’t doing you any favors in the calorie department, and it features a laundry list of weird ingredients, including the oh-so-green Shamrock Shake Syrup that contains color additives like Yellow 5 and Blue 1. So hey, the Lucky Clover it’s more than worth a shot, right? And who knows, you might even get lucky with this one—lame pun intended.
You know how a candy gram works, right? Here’s a refresher:
Sip N Glo at 932 South Street is celebrating being open for its first Tuesday open. The juice bar has previously not been open Tuesdays and have just gone to a seven day a week schedule.
Check out the details of the deals over on Be Well Philly.
Sip-N-Glo Juicery opened its doors for business for the first time today. The South Street juice shop serves up seven juices and seven smoothies that are sure to quench your thirst. The store at 932 South Street (right across from Whole Foods) and is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. everyday but Tuesday.