The Hamptons Gets a New Juice Bar

The Hamptons Gets a New Juice Bar

A Healthy Addition to the Community

The Hamptons has long been known for its upscale shops, restaurants and beaches. However, the area has lacked health-focused establishments that offer nutritious food and drink options. That’s why locals are thrilled that a new juice bar and cafe, simply called “Juice”, has opened its doors right on Main Street.

Focusing on Fresh and Natural Ingredients

The owner of Juice, Sarah Johnson, moved to the area last year. As a holistic nutritionist, she was surprised that she couldn’t easily find places to get homemade juices, smoothies or acai bowls with organic produce.

So she decided to open her own juice bar to fill that need. “My mission with Juice is to provide nutrient-dense foods and beverages made with fresh, natural ingredients,” Sarah explains. “I want to support our neighbors in making healthy choices.”

Offering Delicious Blends and Bowls

The Juice menu features cold-pressed juices using local, seasonal produce. Popular choices include ginger-turmeric and green apple-celery-parsley juices. Sarah also offers a range of antioxidant-rich smoothies and acai bowls topped with fresh fruit, granola and other wholesome ingredients.

In addition to liquid nourishment, the cafe serves up nut butter toasts, oatmeal bowls and seasonal fruit and yogurt parfaits for breakfast. Salad-lovers can enjoy build-your-own veggie or grain bowls for lunch.

A Comfortable Space to Relax

Stepping into Juice feels like entering an urban oasis filled with natural light. The interior features blonde wood, green accents and indoor plants scattered throughout.

Customers can sip their drinks at the juice counter or get cozy on couches in the lounge area. When weather permits, there’s additional outdoor patio seating. Free Wi-Fi makes it easy for patrons to linger as they catch up on emails or read the latest bestseller.

Focused on Community Building

Beyond serving colorful concoctions, Sarah aims for her business to nourish the body and spirit. She plans to host regular workshops covering topics like meditation, composting, herbal remedies and eating for immunity.

“I want Juice to be a space where people gather, connect and leave feeling great physically and emotionally,” says Sarah. “This community has welcomed me so warmly. Starting this business allows me to give back and help cultivate health, one sip at a time.”


What are Juice’s hours?

Juice is open daily from 7am to 7pm.

What food options are available?

In addition to cold-pressed juices, smoothies and acai bowls, Juice serves nut butter toasts, oatmeal bowls, yogurt parfaits and build-your-own salads and grain bowls.

Do you offer delivery?

Yes, Juice provides delivery within a 3-mile radius for orders over $20 placed online or by phone.

Is your produce organic?

We source from local farms and prioritize organic fruits and vegetables whenever possible. Check the chalkboard or ask a staff member for details on what’s currently in season.

Are dogs allowed at the cafe?

Well-behaved dogs are welcome to join their owners on the outdoor patio. We also have water bowls available.