New juice business to open brick-and-mortar location

Juice Society Juice Society currently offers 12 different juices for delivery.[/caption]

The first brick and mortar location for Austin-based Juice Society will open this fall allowing the business to expand its juice offerings.


Juice Society will open at 1100 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 1116, this October. Danielle Sobel, a certified holistic health coach, started the business in November 2014 to provide organic, cold-pressed juices.


"We are in the heart of an energetic, health conscious city, and I’m excited to bring a new ethos to Austin with the opening of Juice Society," Sobel said in a news release. "At our core, we hope to inspire and educate on the importance of connecting with what is on our plate and what goes into our body.”

Juice Society currently operates as a mobile delivery service with 12 juices to choose from; however, the location at Lamar Union will allow a menu expansion to more than 20 juices. 512-596-2947. 



Other Impacts: 


NOW OPEN—Austinites can now sell their vehicles on peer-to-peer marketplace Beepi. The online service that delivers purchased cars to the buyer’s home or workplace opened for those in Austin who wish to sell on May 13. There is a 10-day money back guarantee on purchased cars and no test drives. If someone wishes to sell his or her car through Beepi, a company inspector will come to look over the vehicle.


COMING SOON—Chef Tim Love recently announced via Twitter that his Austin location of Lonesome Dove will open in June . The restaurant is  now hiring for its 419 Colorado St. location. Love’s Fort Worth location offers a Western-inspired lunch and dinner menu with dessert, wine and cocktail options available. 817-624-9712. 


RELOCATIONS—The downtown location of Gold's Gym is slated to move from 101 W. Sixth St. to one block east at 115 E. Sixth St. on June 23. The new three-story location will more than double the gym’s size and will include a smoothie bar and cardio cinema where members view movies while working out. New Gold Fit classes, which are functional fitness classes using dumbbells for all fitness levels,will also be offered. 512-479-0044.


ANNIVERSARIES—Grocery-delivery service Instacart celebrated its one year anniversary of delivering to Austinites May 14. The business connects users with personal shoppers in the area who will go to local stores, pick up the user’s groceries and deliver in an hour.

By Jennifer Curington
Jennifer covers Austin City Council, its various committees and local business news. After covering Florida's 2013 legislative session she graduated from Georgia Southern University and joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2014.


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