Fresh-pressed juice spots are proliferating across the Bay Area like Lululemon pants on a Saturday morning, but even by those standards, L.A.-based Pressed Juicery has made an aggressive local push. The mini-chain now has locations in the Westfield San Francisco Centre, the Ferry Building, Noe Valley, and Cow Hollow (not to mention Marin and Palo Alto), and this weekend, they threw open the doors on their latest outpost, right next to the new SOMA home of another monster-hit export: cult spinning program SoulCycle.
Appropriately for the workout-oriented crowd, this Pressed outpost offers no seating, just a to-go window vending the company's signature green juices, beet juices, nut milks, fresh coconut water, and cold-brewed coffees. Cleanse packs are available to tote home as well. The only offering the company has yet to introduce cityside is Freeze, its line of soft serve made from the juices, which is available at the Palo Alto and San Jose locations. In the meantime, you can get all the juice you can handle at the new Pressed, which is open Monday-Friday, 7 am-8 pm, and Saturday-Sunday, 8 am-7 pm.