Juice Joint Cafe Reopens Downtown

Juice Joint Cafe has reopened after an extensive renovation from CORE architects, at 1025 Vermont Ave, NW just north of K St:

“We appreciate your patience over the past several months, while we’ve worked to expand and improve the Juice Joint Café! Come see us in our expanded space – we’re in the same location as always, just in a bigger, brighter space.”

You can see their menus here.

A press release adds:

“The expanded space is light and clean with sleek, streamlined finishes including: white millwork, epoxy flooring, exposed ceilings, textured stainless and green accents. The queuing area is delineated playfully with a railing made of rubber tubing that resembles garden hose. An orange solid-surface material calls attention to the cashier stations. The space accommodates almost twice the seating of the old restaurant, both indoor and out.

Tom Holland opened the first Juice Joint Café location in Dewey Beach, Delaware – to test the café concept – and ran it until 2001. Jim Holland, Tom’s brother and business partner, joined Tom to open the DC location. Executive chef Adrien Marsoni, a classically-trained French chef, has run the kitchen and refined menus for the last three years. Formerly at Bistrot du Coin and Montsouris, Marsoni shares the Hollands’ deep commitment to providing their customers with the freshest, healthiest product.”

But don’t worry, they saved their iconic mural:

3 Comment

  • Are those the same architects for that Mixt salad place that closed but was on 19th street, NW? It has the same or similar look from the outside of the place. That mural is whacky, those vegetables look perverted.

  • I am glad the trippy mural has remained! Happy they have reopened. I missed my southwestern breakfast burritos.

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