Mon-Fri, 7am-8pm; Sat-Sun, 8am-8pm
Nearby Subway Stops
L at First Ave.; L at Third Ave.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Hot Spot
- Outdoor Dining
- Online Ordering
- No Alcohol
Houston St. to 23rd St., Ave. D to Fourth Ave.
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The juice bar Liquiteria has been ministering to the East Village’s health conscious, youthful and hip since 1996. The interior is relentlessly cheerful, with bright yellow painted walls rimmed with a mural of flowers floating on a blue expanse. There are wooden counters with a handful of baby blue-cushioned stools, and benches outside as well. The smoothies, elixirs, tonics and herbal blends are sold as detoxifying and energy- and memory-maximizing. Claims aside, the cold-pressed juices here are fresh and flavorful. There’s also a small selection of vegetarian and vegan-friendly soups and sandwiches. The toothsome lentil soup, spiked with parsley and a touch of balsamic vinegar, arrives jam-packed with tender legumes and carrot cubes. The jumbo tofu dog is a virtuous take on the American classic. The boiled wiener itself is lackluster, but when garnished with organic sauerkraut, relish, grainy mustard and ketchup, it tastes pretty convincing.
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