New Roots Juice Changes Your Morning Routine

By | July 12, 2012
Roots Juice in Montrose
Image courtesy of Roots' Chef German's Tumblr

Roots Bistro just opened and is already expanding it’s empire.  Their vegetarian chef, German Mosquera, is making waves and headlines for his veggie-centric menu and stellar brunch sating even carnivores. Now CultureMap’s Sarah Rufca gives the need-to-know on the new Roots Juice, a juice, smoothie and light bites outpost next door to Roots Bistro. “Roots Juice serves 10 juice mixes and more than a dozen smoothies, some seasonal, with a focus on ingredients that are organic, local and sustainable whenever possible. …  At $7 each, these juices and smoothies will run you more than a Starbucks addiction, but Mosquera says the health benefits are unparalleled.” Roots Juice also serves coffee and tea for those that just can’t kick that caffeine habit, as well as house-made granola, and “paleo” muffins in assorted flavors from chocolate to fennel for a little noshing.

[Full CultureMap piece here.]

Maybe its time you kick the rainy day fog this morning with a Summer Fling [a watermelon smoothie spices with cilantro, serrano and a  lime]?

Roots Juice is open 7am – 2pm. [Roots Bistro changing hours to no longer serve lunch but transitioning to dinner, late night and adding a reserve happy hour]

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