After a long day of work in the city, it's time to refuel and rebalance. Cooking at home would mean going to the grocery store and standing in long lines while figuring out what to make that's healthy and tastes good too. It can all be a bit too much for the brain after a hard day.
From Metropolitan Avenue Station in Williamsburg, whether you live in the area, are passing through or connecting to the G Train, here's a tip: Add Juicery Kitchen to your route.
A short walk up Union Ave from Metropolitan Station towards McCarren Park, Juicery Kitchen is inviting and relaxing. The open space in front of the kitchen has an awesome communal table in the center, or if you prefer, grab a seat at the wooden counters adjacent the window. Whether on your own or with friend, relax and chill out with great food.
The macrobiotic diet was popularized in Japan with the aim of eating for balance and healing. It consists of whole foods - fresh vegetables and fruit, beans and tofu, and whole grains like brown rice.
The wonderful space at Juicery Kitchen, with greenery accenting wood paneling and seating, emanates cheerful vibes like I've experienced in Kyoto.
If you just want an energizing beverage before going home, Juicery Kitchen makes delicious juices, smoothies, and dairy-free milks using nutritious ingredients such as matcha in the Matcha Latte Mylk or passion fruit in the Morir Sonando Mylk.
Macrobiotic preparation makes the most of flavorful local, fresh ingredients by season to achieve peak nutrient value and taste.
Yams are a common ingredient in their macro bowls. This root vegetable is a common food in Okinawa, a blue zone in Japan with a large number on people living over 100 years of age. You'll also find kambocha squash in many dishes which, like pumpkin, is packed with anti-inflammatory nutrients.
If you want a side with your macro bowls, Juicery Kitchen has that, too! Tasty Brussels Sprouts, Sauteed Greens and Steamed Vegetables are available to complement a meal or as a snack with a nutrient boosting drink.
Sometimes all it takes is a good juice to rebalance and get a healthy glow. Juicery Kitchen has a huge variety of 'grab and go' options like Earthy Punch, Super Defender, Master of Greens and others like Viva-La-Vida and Hawaiian Glow.
Treatmo takes the grab and go concept to heart. Pay ahead and share your voucher when you get there. No need to pull out your wallet. Plus when you purchase on Treatmo you create community around great food and places like Juicery Kitchen. Have your friends join the app so they can join you as you eat and treat you. Better yet you can treat them to Juicery Kitchen even if they don't have an iPhone. Just email a juice to a friend to share gratitude and brighten a mood.
Lastly, if you want a raw acai bowl that will bring out the zen in you, try the one loaded with acai, cacao, fruit and a crust of brazil nuts, sunflower seeds, and dates. It's a powerful flavor combination and a meal in itself.
Whether you are short on time or want to hang for a bit, Juicery Kitchen is the perfect stop when you pass through the Metropolitan Ave station in Brooklyn for amazing food and drinks that will make you feel fantastic. The hectic day will melt away and the evening will start in the best possible way.
Juicery Kitchen is a Treatmo Hotspot and food oasis. Prepare ahead of time and purchase menu items with a few taps in the app. They'll be happy you showed up with a Treatmo voucher and get your order started instantly - no wallet needed. Grab and Go juices are in the cooler after your voucher has been validated. Know someone on their way home from work on the L or G, treat them before they get there on Treatmo!