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Juicing LIFE Bar & Cafe Coming Soon To Midtown Row

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WILLIAMSBURG-Midtown Row has officially announced that Juicing LIFE Bar & Cafe will soon open in the mixed-used development complex at the corner of Monticello Avenue and Richmond Road.

The Midtown Row location will be the second location for Juicing LIFE Bar & Cafe, which first opened in Newport News in 2018. The establishment is known for its fresh, cold-press juices, smoothies, bowls, and café dishes, which include flatbreads, sandwiches, and salads.

 “This is a very elite juice bar, and we strive to be even better,” Juicing LIFE Bar & Cafe owner Mike Davis said in a release. “Expanding to Williamsburg is a must, and another win for us. Making a presence in that area, which is screaming for a Juice Bar, and no other competitors is a business’ dream!”

According to the press release, there are less than a dozen juice bars in the Hampton Roads region, and Juicing LIFE Bar & Cafe is the only juice bar that also features a restaurant. The new business will be located in Building 4 at 101 College Row, Suite 4107. An exact opening date has not been announced.

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