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Recover From Tales With These 12 Great New Orleans Juice Bars

Nursing a hangover? Feeling totally dehydrated? These New Orleans juice bars can help you rally another day at Tales of the Cocktail.

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So, you're in New Orleans for Tales of the Cocktail, but already dying from the heat, the booze overload, and the nonstop consumption of crazy delicious fried shrimp po' boys and Oysters Rockefeller? Here's a little secret: New Orleans is also home to some awesome cold-pressed juice counters. Here now, take a minute to recharge and get your green drink on.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Satsuma

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Bywater: One of the first juice spots in New Orleans, this eclectic cafe is still one of the best spots in town to eat a kale salad and watch the beautiful, young people drink their coffee. Order the Popeye for a dose of cleansing lemon, apple, spinach and kale. [Photo: ENOLA]

Juice NOLA at St Roch Market

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St. Roch: Located in the newly opened food hall St. Roch Market, this juice stand also offers lighter eats—including avocado toast and acai bowls— that won't break the bank. [Photo: Brasted]

The Pressery

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Irish Channel: This chic juice boutique, run by the owner of modern Vietnamese restaurant Magasin, is known for using exotic ingredients in its juices. Order the Beat It! and a shot of pennywort, a natural pain reliever. [Photo: Brasted]

Pulp and Grind

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Warehouse District: This juice and coffee shop from the masterminds behind juice-hub Satsuma is a great spot to refresh and get some work done in a quiet little spot with wifi. Or if you're feeling icky, just get a bottle of The Cleanser green juice or a Wellness shot to go. [Photo: Brasted]

Organic Banana

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Quarter: Within walking distance of all your Tales seminars and parties, this French Market favorite offers a slew of fresh smoothies, but it's the boozy frozen concoctions made with fresh fruit for which the stall is best known. [Photo: Official Website]

Lower Garden District: This vegetarian restaurant features an array of cold pressed juices and some very legit vegan nachos. Wake up and order The Sunrise, packed with mixed citrus and agave. [Photo: Facebook]

Raw Republic

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Uptown: This health-conscious boutique takes its cold-pressed juicing seriously, with an array of options including nut milks, smoothies, and cleanses. Even Matthew McConaughey is a fan. Order the Thai Greens full of bok choy and basil. [Photo: Facebook]

Good Karma Prasad Cafe

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Mid City: This cafe is attached to one of the best yoga studios in New Orleans, and offers an array of prasad (ie. blessed) breakfast and lunch items including tasty curries and righteous juices—the minty Refresh is what you seek— neither of which will break the bank. Plus, it's an easy ride on the Canal street car line from the Quarter. [Photo: Brasted]

The Green Fork

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Lower Garden District: An extensive juice list, local kombucha on tap, and healthy prepared foods make this no frills LGD vegetarian-spot a favorite. You can let turmeric work its magical powers by ordering The Miracle, but a Big Easy Bucha is mandatory. [Photo: Facebook]

Revelator Coffee

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Warehouse District: This brand new and incredibly sleek coffee shop also offers bottled green juice, citrus juice, and agua fresca supplied by City Greens. [Photo: Facebook]

City Greens

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CBD: Walking distance from the Quarter, this healthy counter-service spot caters to the business district's lunch rush with raw cold-pressed juices, daily cleanses and tons of lighter fare that's locally sourced. It gets pretty busy, but you can also order online. Cool off with the What-A-Melon featuring watermelon, pineapple and volcano salt. [Photo:Facebook]

Superfood Bar

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Uptown: This vegan restaurant specializes in raw foods, fresh pressed juices, and green smoothies that come topped with delicious granola and coconut meat like the incredible Green Avocado and Green Pineapple, while also incorporating superfoods, like maca and more. [Photo: Brasted]

Satsuma

Bywater: One of the first juice spots in New Orleans, this eclectic cafe is still one of the best spots in town to eat a kale salad and watch the beautiful, young people drink their coffee. Order the Popeye for a dose of cleansing lemon, apple, spinach and kale. [Photo: ENOLA]

Juice NOLA at St Roch Market

St. Roch: Located in the newly opened food hall St. Roch Market, this juice stand also offers lighter eats—including avocado toast and acai bowls— that won't break the bank. [Photo: Brasted]

The Pressery

Irish Channel: This chic juice boutique, run by the owner of modern Vietnamese restaurant Magasin, is known for using exotic ingredients in its juices. Order the Beat It! and a shot of pennywort, a natural pain reliever. [Photo: Brasted]

Pulp and Grind

Warehouse District: This juice and coffee shop from the masterminds behind juice-hub Satsuma is a great spot to refresh and get some work done in a quiet little spot with wifi. Or if you're feeling icky, just get a bottle of The Cleanser green juice or a Wellness shot to go. [Photo: Brasted]

Organic Banana

Quarter: Within walking distance of all your Tales seminars and parties, this French Market favorite offers a slew of fresh smoothies, but it's the boozy frozen concoctions made with fresh fruit for which the stall is best known. [Photo: Official Website]

Seed

Lower Garden District: This vegetarian restaurant features an array of cold pressed juices and some very legit vegan nachos. Wake up and order The Sunrise, packed with mixed citrus and agave. [Photo: Facebook]

Raw Republic

Uptown: This health-conscious boutique takes its cold-pressed juicing seriously, with an array of options including nut milks, smoothies, and cleanses. Even Matthew McConaughey is a fan. Order the Thai Greens full of bok choy and basil. [Photo: Facebook]

Good Karma Prasad Cafe

Mid City: This cafe is attached to one of the best yoga studios in New Orleans, and offers an array of prasad (ie. blessed) breakfast and lunch items including tasty curries and righteous juices—the minty Refresh is what you seek— neither of which will break the bank. Plus, it's an easy ride on the Canal street car line from the Quarter. [Photo: Brasted]

The Green Fork

Lower Garden District: An extensive juice list, local kombucha on tap, and healthy prepared foods make this no frills LGD vegetarian-spot a favorite. You can let turmeric work its magical powers by ordering The Miracle, but a Big Easy Bucha is mandatory. [Photo: Facebook]

Revelator Coffee

Warehouse District: This brand new and incredibly sleek coffee shop also offers bottled green juice, citrus juice, and agua fresca supplied by City Greens. [Photo: Facebook]

City Greens

CBD: Walking distance from the Quarter, this healthy counter-service spot caters to the business district's lunch rush with raw cold-pressed juices, daily cleanses and tons of lighter fare that's locally sourced. It gets pretty busy, but you can also order online. Cool off with the What-A-Melon featuring watermelon, pineapple and volcano salt. [Photo:Facebook]

Superfood Bar

Uptown: This vegan restaurant specializes in raw foods, fresh pressed juices, and green smoothies that come topped with delicious granola and coconut meat like the incredible Green Avocado and Green Pineapple, while also incorporating superfoods, like maca and more. [Photo: Brasted]

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