Written by Claire Johnson

Published on February 12, 2021
Photo x Ashker’s Juice Bar’s Facebook

Originally published October 2017

Freshly squeezed juice hasn’t always seemed like the most appealing thing to me — who wants to drink beets and celery?

Turns out, I do. If you haven’t jumped aboard this bandwagon yet, give it a chance, you’ll be surprised by just how refreshing juiced vegetables and fruits can be. Plus, these drinks have powers — whether you’re looking to detox, boost your immune system, or gear up for the day, there’s a juice with a cure. There are so many options across the Buffalo area, but here’s a list of great go-to places so you always know where your nearest juice-fix is, in no particular order.

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Photo from The Grove’s Facebook

The Grove

WEBSITE / Ellicott Square Food Court, 295 Main St., Buffalo

We’re in a Food Revolution, according to The Grove, and that food revolution involves choosing local and “organic-first” whenever possible. But we’re also constantly struggling between giving in to that quick and easy fast food meal for convenience. This healthy lifestyle thing is a struggle, but The Grove gets us. Their juices are super tasty, affordable, and convenient — they even offer a regular delivery service for our hectic lives.  


Photo x The Healthy Scratch’s Facebook

The Healthy Scratch


  • ROSWELL PARK: Carlton Street at Michigan Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14263
  • BUFFALO GENERAL MEDICAL CENTER: 100 High Street, Buffalo, NY 14203


The Healthy Scratch’s owners are firm believers that what you eat will have an impact on your mind and body, so they want to help you feel great inside and out by providing you with healthy, fresh options you can trust. Whether you’re going for energy, weight loss, or immunity, they have an easy key to follow alongside all of their drinks like “Loving Life” and “Hang Me Out to Dry,” so you know exactly what your body needs.


Rocketman // Photo from Squeeze Juicery’s Facebook

Squeeze Juicery



Squeeze Juicery is passionate about being more than just a cold-pressed juice bar — the owners are dedicated to helping you become the happiest and healthiest version of yourself. Using organic ingredients and buying locally as often as they can, they are devoted to caring for the environment, the community, and their customers. On that note, everything on the menu is sure to be just as brilliant as their names, from “Smooth Operator” (aloe, pineapple, ginger, and lemon), to “Under the Milky Way” (almonds, cacao, dates, honey, cinnamon, and vanilla) and “Good Vibrations” (orange, cranberry, pineapple, and apple). We don’t even need their “Love Potion #9” (strawberries, grapefruit, pineapple, and coconut water) to fall in love with this place — but we’ll take it anyway.


Orange Splash Juice // Photo x Organic 3 Cafe

Mojo Market

WEBSITE / 3030 Delaware Avenue, Kenmore, New York / 716-874-MOJO

From the owners of Organic 3 Cafe in Snyder (now closed) is a new endeavor. The family owned cafe and neighborhood market is located in the heart of the Village of Kenmore and is dedicated to sourcing local produce and featuring products made in Western New York. Their menu consists of juice, all day breakfast, salads, wraps, smoothies, coffee, tea, and espresso.


Photo from Green Eats’ Facebook

Green Eats Juice Bar

WEBSITE / 6445 W Quaker St, Orchard Park / (716) 346 – 6539

Yes, that is an “Activated Charcoal Lemonade” juice (pictured above), a surprisingly great detox drink. If you’re not quite ready to drink activated charcoal, Green Eats has plenty of charcoal-free juice options, like their October Breast Cancer Awareness special, “Pink Juice,” cold-pressed with strawberry, beet, lemon, and apple. They also offer juice cleanses, perfect if you somehow got a little off track over the weekend. LOL

Ashker’s // Photo x Christopher Wayland Miller via Facebook

Ashker’s Cafe and Juice Bar


  • Ashker’s Elmwood – 1002 Elmwood Ave Buffalo, NY 14222
  • Ashker’s Black Rock – 414 Amherst St Buffalo, NY 14207 (unsure of open status)
  • Ashker’s Downtown – 69 Delaware Ave Buffalo, NY 14202 (unsure of open status)
  • Ashker’s In The Park – 1 N Meadow Dr Buffalo, NY 14216 (unsure of open status)


Choose from one of their freshly pressed juices, canned each morning in mason jars, or pick one off their menu to be made just for you. They also have a bunch of other great (and healthy) options, like slow-cooked oats, sunrise quesadilla, and a tofu bean burrito, in case you’re looking for something a bit more filling.

Photo from Kornerstone’s Facebook

Kornerstone Cafe & Juice Bar



Kornerstone is the first cold-pressed juice and smoothie bar to come to East Aurora. With 16 fresh juices regularly offered from the juice bar, including Liquid Sunshine, Booster, and Flu Away, they have everything your body may need as the cold sets in. They also brew their own kombucha, which is definitely worth a try if you haven’t tried it yet.

Photo from Feel Rite Fresh Market’s Facebook

Feel Rite Fresh Markets


  • Williamsville – 5425 Transit Road Williamsville, NY, 14221
  • Amherst – 1445 Niagara Falls Blvd, Buffalo, NY, 14228


Feel Rite Fresh Markets have 5 locations: Buffalo, West Seneca, Amherst, Hamburg, and Williamsville, but you have to go to their Williamsville or Amherst location to find their 100% Organic Juice Bar. Everything is made fresh daily and most of their products are organic, eco-friendly, natural, local, and 100% organic, so you can feel great about anything you purchase from here.

Welbeze // Photo x Step Out Buffalo

Welbeze Juice Bar and Eatery 


  • Williamsville454 Evans Street, Williamsville / (716) 632 – 1769
  • Depew – 1402 French Rd, Suite 300, Depew / (716) 771 – 1870


You may already know this, but we’ve recently fallen in love with Welbeze. This great cafe and juice bar is owned by a father and son duo who’ve always lived in the Buffalo area. They pride themselves on buying local and providing the most satisfying, freshly-pressed juices they can create. Find out more about Welbeze here or just stop in and see what all the fuss is about.

Photo courtesy of Prima Oliva Cafe
Immune Booster Juice / Photo courtesy of Prima Oliva Cafe

Prima Oliva Cafe

WEBSITE / 1 Buffalo St, Hamburg, NY 14075

In addition to a quaint and cozy modern cafe setting, Prima Cafe’s menu consists of a small but mighty collection of fresh-pressed juices and shots ready to grab-n-go in mason jars. If you’re hungry for a healthy yet hearty meal, try a build-your-own salad or grain bowl, make any salad on the menu into a wrap, and check out their breakfast menu along with other morning beverages.

Khari's Cafe
Photo courtesy of Khari’s Cafe

Khari’s Cafe

WEBSITE / 128 Fargo Ave, Buffalo, NY 14201 / (716) 248-1373

Khari’s Cafe, located on the corner of Fargo and Jersey on the West Side of Buffalo is a local modern Black-owned café. Formerly known as Khari’s Kitchen, they expanded from their well known juices, of which they offer an array of combos in addition to wellness shots, to now offer coffee, tea, and moderately priced food. They feature other local businesses including coffee from Undergrounds Coffee and Bean Bastards, bread & bagels from BreadHive, plant based & gluten free pastries from Long Weekend Bakery, treat from The Dessert Parlor, and herbal teas from H.E.A.L and Fierce Rev. Remedies among others.

Scripts Juice

WEBSITE / 12 East Ave, Lockport, NY 14094

Scripts Juice is all about making healthy lifestyle choices easy. By providing an all natural, primarily plant based menu, and using organic produce and ingredients whenever possible, they hope to make feeding your body nutrient dense foods easier than ever. They offer fresh cold pressed juice, juiced and bottled in-house in addition to a variety of smoothies, and acai and pitaya bowls made with the freshest produce possible.

Photo from Halmony Farm’s Facebook

Halmony Farms

WEBSITE / 4567 Mapleton Road Lockport

Okay, so they’re only open for three hours a week, but they grow a variety of their own produce (primarily apple-pears) and use them to make fresh juices once a week. With juices, ice cream, animals, and holiday activities, this is definitely worth a short Sunday trip. Also, it’s just good to know.

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