Juice in the Park
The beauty of New York City lies in its incredible skyline and great parks. Everyone is familiar with the most famous one, Central Park, but the smaller parks are just as fantastic for enjoying lunch, a stroll or catching up with friends. The good thing is almost every neighborhood has a park to get a dose of nature. In fact, 14% of the land is managed by the Parks Department.
Many Treatmo Hotspots are conveniently near city parks. Winter or summer, grab your food on Treatmo and take advantage of the open spaces to clear your mind.
1. Prospect Park - Brooklyn
Prospect Park in Brooklyn was designed in the late 1800s by the same team that created Central Park in Manhattan. During the American Revolution it was the site of the Battle of Long Island. It's an expansive park with the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, a huge lake, and views of the surrounding neighborhood.
A unique feature is Long Meadow which is a 90-acre grassy area perfect of picnicking. House of Juice is a Treatmo Hotspot on the east side of the park in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. Grab a juice smoothie or plate of healthy eats and enjoy it in the park.
2. Washington Square Park - Manhattan (Greenwich Village)
Washington Square Park is an lively and wide open space with plenty of benches and often entertainment to relax in Greenwich Village. Designed around a massive arch, the park is the center of the neighborhood and also borders the New York University campus.
The area was used as a local military training ground in the early days of Manhattan. In the 1960s, it was the center of the burgeoning arts and music scene of the city. Musicians like Ramblin' Jack and Bob Dylan had jam sessions in the Park.
If you you're a fan of NYC landmarks, this one is definitely worth a visit. Treatmo Hotspot Lulitonix is just south of the park on Mulberry Street in Soho. Stop in to this friendly juice bar and show your Treatmo voucher. Blended greens or cashew milk in hand, you're ready to chill and take a break.
3. Tompkins Square Park - Manhattan (East Village)
Tompkins Square Park is a smaller park located the Alphabet City of the East Village, near to the East River. Named after the vice president under Monroe, it was a site of protest in the late 1800s.
Today the park is host to a small music festivals, including the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival. The nearby streets are packed with cafes and coffee shops. Head west up 7th street, and you'll run into Agavi Organic Juicebar -- a Treatmo Hotspot and top place to visit in the East Village.
Fulfill your moment of great food and good gives by using Treatmo to order and pay. No need to bother with pulling out a cash card or hitting the ATM. Menus are in the app to order from instantly. Share the experience with your Treatmo friends and treat them too.
4. McCarren Park - Brooklyn (Williamsburg)
McCarren park in the Williamsburg - Greenpoint neighborhoods of Brooklyn is a large open space for relaxing, sports and working out. Named after a New York state senator, the park is spacious and filled with activity, especially as the days begin to warm up.
Just at the south side of the park is a fabulous Treatmo Hotspot, Juicery Kitchen. Choose from a wide range of fresh cold-pressed juices and delicious smoothies with organic ingredients to take with you to the park. Nothing fuels wellness like fresh air and great food.
When you visit a park in Manhattan or Brooklyn, tap the 'nearby' button in the Places screen and the juice bars closest to you will show up. With a few taps, purchase an item from the menu and stop in to pick it up.
Treatmo mobile pay make it easy and fun to relax in the city's parks with the best juices around!