It’s official: Outdoor yoga season has pretty much come to a close. (I don’t know about you, but getting wind-whipped while doing Warrior II pose isn’t my idea of a good time). But don’t put those mats away just yet! We just got word of a pretty sweet indoor yoga opportunity for you. Hint: It involves downwards dogs by a pool, free juice, and free skincare goodies.
If you need to up your mood (we’re with you there), grab your friends and head Sip-N-Glo’s Rittenhouse shop for a special kind of happy hour tonight. Disclaimer: There won’t be any alcohol on deck for you to drown your sorrows in — but there will be juice, guided meditation and lots of good vibes, all of which are very appreciated right about now.
Time to add another birthday to your calendar: Sip-N-Glo, juice shop beloved by all, is turning three next week — and unlike most birthday parties you’ve been to, you’ll be the one receiving the gifts. To celebrate another year, the juicery is hosting their annual free juice day on Wednesday, May 11th, serving up 10-ounce pours of two fan favorites: Radiant Glo (So. Much. Yum.) and Pineapple Charcoal Lemon-Aid (you might remember this guy from “The Best Thing I Ever Ate in Philly: Juice Edition“). So go ahead, mark your calendars.
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A few weeks back, we got preeeetty excited about the fact that a new Sip-N-Glo Juicery location was set to open up right around the corner from our offices. (Update: The 20th Street location is now open!) The juice-and-smoothie joint has been one of our favorites since it opened in Bella Vista two years ago — see it’s Best of Philly nods here and here — but we realized now that since all that juice goodness would be moving so dangerously close to our workplace, and we’d be making far too many trips to count, we should probably sample every single juice they make to ensure we’re ordering intelligently. And since we’re trying all of them, anyway, might as well rank ’em, top to bottom, right? Right. Read more »
Uh, if you’re heading out to lunch, you’re going to want to make a quick pit-stop at Sip-N-Glo. Today, to celebrate everyone’s return from wherever they went during Pope madness, the juicery is offering a special deal: Buy a juice or smoothie, get a free cold-pressed juice on them. (We suggest the Radiant Glo. It is the bomb.) Read more »
I can hear the workers hammering, drilling and power-sawing behind the closed, papered-up doors of the soon-to-open Sip-N-Glo Juicery on 20th near Rittenhouse Square. I open the doors and feel like I’m peeking behind the curtain before the actors take the stage: a flurry of activity, a mix of dust and excitement, and, of course, that signature Sip-N-Glo green.
“What do you think?!” Sip-N-Glo’s always energetic owner Kristin Lubsen says when she sees me. I love it, if I’m being honest. It’s bright. It’s light. It’s cheerful. Best of all, it’s big — double the size of the juice bar’s original location near 10th and South in Bella Vista. The new space isn’t a complete departure, of course. It’s Sip-N-Glo, but all grown up. Polished. Sleek. Really pretty. Read more »
Hold the phone, you guys: When I told you on Tuesday that Bella Vista’s Sip-N-Glo would be giving away tons of free juice for their birthday on Wednesday, I didn’t realize just how much. A few minutes ago, Sip-N-Glo tweeted that their very thirsty customers drank a whopping 1,023 pounds of veggies yesterday. Dang!
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Sip-N-Glo’s birthday is tomorrow! (They’re turning two, in case you were wondering.) And to celebrate the big day, they’ll be serving up 12-ounce portions of their Glo Up and One Love — which snagged the title of Best Green Juice last year — to their customers, on the house. That’s right, you’ll get your daily juice fix for free-ninety-nine. Read more »
Remember last year, when Sip-N-Glo concocted a smoothie made just for Broad Street runners? Well, they’re at it again, and this year’s creation, dubbed the Marathoner, sounds super refreshing: The smoothie is loaded with cucumber, lemon, lime, hemp protein, banana, and pineapple, all of which will help your body recover after a serious workout like, you know, pounding the pavement for 10 freakin’ miles.
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