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1 at Christopher St.-Sheridan Sq.
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The doctor is in at this hip and healthy chain of "feel-good food and drink." Along with test tubes filled with herbal nourishments from flax to Echinacea decorating the walls, there's a symptom chart with ready-to-be-made, drinkable remedies. Prone to anxiety attacks? Try the Blues Blaster, a banana, apple cider, strawberry, and blueberry blend with a St. John's wort booster. Or sip a Skinny—banana, rice milk, peaches, melon, lecithin and "slim" protein mix—to beat cellulite. Comfy green and purple cushions offer relaxed seating for enjoying the smoothies, which are always thick, creamy, fresh, and fruity, whether you create your own or choose from the list of suggested concoctions. But the menu holds more than blended beverages, so don't overlook other wholesome items like the garlicky hummus wrap or the sesame, edamame, seaweed, and shredded carrot salad. Everything is guaranteed to be completely natural, preservative-free, and without refined sugar or saturated fat. You can also pick up protein blends and herbal tinctures at each store to replicate the shakes at home. Still, it's worth visiting the spot for the wellness vibe alone, which is so sincere you half expect the staff to ask: "You want a side of therapy with that shake?"Recommended Dishes
Hummus wrap, $7.95; berry lean smoothie, $6.99
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