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Juicebox

This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Provisions
  • In-Person Payment with Credit Card
  • Walk-up Ordering
  • Phone Prepayment Available
  • Online Prepayment Available
  • Online Ordering
  • Call-ahead Ordering
  • Outdoor Pickup Window
  • Merchandise
  • Eco-friendly packaging
  • Takeout
  • Gift Cards
Update June 9, 2020: "ue to the high level of police activity on our street and the uncertainty our café has experienced as a result, we have decided to *temporarily* close our doors, again. although barriers have been removed, we don't feel right asking anyone to come to our block right now –– our customers and our team's safety is of the utmost importance to us. . despite the fact that we are closing our doors for now, we still want to be transparent with our community about what our business has been reflecting on this past week. it is clear that the movement to protect Black lives cannot be temporary and must be long term, therefore everything we've been working on now will still apply when we reopen."
1517 12th Ave (Capitol Hill)
Seattle, WA 98122
206-607-7866
website
Juicebox was a stand at the Broadway farmers market and a pop-up at La Bête before reaching fruition/vegetation as an all-organic cafe and juice bar near Northwest Film Forum on 12th Avenue. The owners were formerly cooks at Staple & Fancy and La Bête; in addition to their fresh juices, they make healthy seasonal salads, pickles, soups, yogurt, and more. Lest it all seem too good for you, they serve fermented grape juice (aka wine), too.