Jrink Opens Juice Shop, Drive-Thru in Clarendon
The Arlington newcomer specializes in cold-pressed juices and other healthy fare.
Cold-pressed juices and nut milks. Courtesy of Jrink
Feeling the need for a cold one—cold-pressed juice, that is—and can’t find a parking spot in Clarendon? Not to worry. Local juicemaker Jrink officially opens its first Arlington storefront at 3260 Wilson Boulevard on Sunday Oct. 23, complete with a drive-thru window.
A soft launch "Jrink and Drive" event on Saturday, Oct. 22 will feature product samples and other promos.
The Clarendon juice bar marks the sixth D.C.-area location for founders Jennifer Ngai and Shizu Okusa, who launched their company in 2013 and have since expanded their operations to include a 2,500-square-foot commercial kitchen in Falls Church.
Each 16-oz. bottle of juice contains up to five pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables with no added sugar, preservatives or chemicals. Juices are packed in reusable/recyclable bottles and sell for $9-10 each, or $155 for a full, three-day reboot cleanse.
The new drive-thru in Clarendon. Courtesy of Jrink
Jrink’s current juice and nut milk offerings include blends such as the Fuel Me Up 1 (kale, romaine, pear, cucumber, lemon, ginger); Clean Me Up 2 (apple, lemon, ginger, turmeric) and Buzz Me Up (cold brew coffee, raw brazil nuts, dates, mint and filtered water).
Celebrating all things healthy, the Clarendon newcomer will also offer warm beverages with ingredients like matcha, turmeric, coffee and maca. Also on the menu: a protein-packed oatmeal with chia seeds, and superfood bowls like the Ocean Blue (spirulina extract, pineapple, banana, raw almonds, vanilla bean, cinnamon, pink sea salt, dates) and the Acai Blueberry (acai, blueberries, banana, almonds, brazil nuts, cacao, sea salt, dates, raw honey). Customers will also have the option of choosing ingredients and toppings to their liking in "build-your-own" bowls.
Just in time for that Halloween candy and Thanksgiving binge. Start planning your detox regimen now.