Mass Ave’s. popular juice bar Natural Born Juicers has opened a second location, this one in Broad Ripple.
The new 882 East Coil St. shop that opened July 18 is near the intersection of Cornell Avenue, one block off the Monon Trail.
Like the original Mass Ave. store, this Natural Born Juicers serves smoothies, cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices, cold-brew coffee, coconut drinks, ginger and wheat grass shots, hot drinks and light foods such as soups, vegan salads and fruit bowls. Natural Born Juicers also offers juice cleanses.
Hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
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Laura Beatus and her husband, Corey, started Natural Born Juicers in 2010. They had previously operated one of New York City’s first juice bars, Lucky’s Juice Joint.
In Indianapolis, they first served juices at Indy-area farmers market. They also opened a kiosk at City Market. That juice stand closed in fall 2013. The Mass Ave. Natural Born Juicers opened in spring 2014.
The couple sources local ingredients for their drinks. Specialty and create-your-own blends are available. The 85 and Sunny contains pineapple, kale, cilantro, bee pollen and apple. The Allergy Slayer smoothie is a mix of mango, banana, bee pollen, honey and almond milk. Add supplements such as turmeric and hemp protein to drinks.
Bowls on the food side include the Zen Matcha Bowl with matcha, strawberry, granola, almonds, chia seeds, goji berries, shredded coconut, maple syrup, banana, orange and black sesame.
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