at The Station SF, 596 Pacific Ave., Financial District
Phone: (415) 291-0690
The juice trend continues to hold San Francisco in its glowing, high-alkaline grip, with new local juice purveyors Project: Juice holding a two-month pop-up at coffee shop The Station SF, to be followed by a full shop at the Crocker Galleria that will open next month. Founded by former pediatric occupational therapist Rachel Malsin and partner Devon Briger, the pop-up offers a variety of juice options, from traditional green juices and beet-carrot juice to more esoteric concoctions like a pineapple-jicama-jalapeno juice and an almond milk with cold-brew coffee. Juices range from $7.50-10.25 per bottle, and there's also a $49 daily cleanse available to go. All the juices are cold-pressed and made from organic ingredients; in addition to their standard line of 15 juices and nut milks, they'll occasionally offer specials.
The pop-up is planned to last for the next two months, but juice addicts needn't fear: Project: Juice's nearby Crocker Galleria location, a storefront on the second floor next to One Montgomery Tower, will open at the end of May.