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Jamba Juice Coming to Former Ben and Jerry’s Space in Dupont Circle

by Prince Of Petworth May 22, 2012 at 10:30 am 9 Comments


1333 19th St, NW

Back in Oct. 2011 the Ben and Jerry’s closed in Dupont Circle by the south metro exit at 1333 19th St, NW. I finally found out who is moving into the space – Jamba Juice.

In March 2012 we learned that Jamba Juice was coming to Union Station (I think they’re supposed open at the end of May or shortly thereafter.) I hear that the Dupont Jamba Juice will open in the beg. of July. You can see their menus here.

  • otberbur

    Long-timers may recall that Jamba Juice had an outlet in the P Street Whole Foods store back in the early ’00s, when it was still Fresh Fields. They occupied a space on the east side of the store that was initially an espresso bar and later a sushi bar. (Now, it is roughly where the beer and wine are stocked.) Can’t remember a great hue and cry when they left.

    • Rukasu

      There was also one at GW

  • HECK YEAH! I love me some Jamba Juice.

  • blazing sun

    So excited, I love Jamba Juice!

  • I think Ben & Jerry’s is way better than Jamba Juice, so a bit of a disappointment.

  • emily

    yay! now i no longer have to book flights with connections through charlotte just to get jamba juice 🙂

    • Anon

      +1 I always make sure I have a long enough layover in Denver to grab a Jamba! SO EXCITED!

  • Cumulus

    Absolutely thrilled about this! While I like Jamba Juice smoothies, I most especially love their steel cut slow-cooked oatmeal. The texture is completely different from any other oatmeal I’ve had. Since I live just 2 blocks away, I’ll probably be there often.

  • It won’t last long. There have been many before in DC. All closed.
    The problem is…no one wants a Jamba Juice Nov- Feb.
    This buisness works in LA or warm climates where you may crave a cold juice (most of the menu is not even real juice;everything mixed with HIGH sugar syrups or “yogurt”).
    It’s a lock this will not be around in 2 years.

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