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In Manhattan and Brooklyn alone, there are roughly 70 juice bars and counting. Liquiteria is replacing Gray's Papaya on Sixth Avenue, and Organic Avenue and Juice Press have both announced big expansion plans this year. Basically, juice shops are everywhere, and New York City is about to get (at least) one more soon: Juice Inn.
Signage for the store, who's website is still under construction, is plastered all over a large empty storefront on Lafayette Street. There's enough window space to house three separate ads—one avocado, one grapefruit, and one lemon.
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