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The West Coast-based Pressed Juicery has begun its expansion in New York City. The first of several locations planned for Manhattan and New Jersey opened in November at 329 Lafayette Street, with a spot inside the Garden State Plaza in Paramus to follow in mid-December.
They've also set up shop inside various Equinox gyms throughout Manhattan — one opened in Brookfield Place earlier this year — and freestanding stores on the Upper East Side and in Midtown, Columbus Circle, Harlem, and the Westfield Fulton Center are coming in 2016.
One thing that sets Pressed Juicery apart from other companies in New York's densely-populated juice scene is affordability. Most bottles only cost $6.50, and packages of six start at $35 for cold-brewed coffee and orange juice, and go up to $50 for a sampling of their signature flavors. Not ready to commit just yet? Come to the Racked holiday market this weekend at 101 Wooster Street to taste test their selection.