May 24, 2017
By Carla Torres | January 6, 2017 | Food & Drink
From cold brew limeade to matcha colada, trainer-approved green protein shakes, and superfood smoothies, Miamians live (and love) the liquid life 24/7.
Manna Life Food offers nine cold-pressed juice blends, such as Green Detox and Reviver.
Don’t chew—sip! If you want to experience a day in the liquid life, we have you covered from morning boost to nightcap.
Got up on the wrong side of the bed? Nothing a cup of java with Nicaraguan beans from the specialty roaster Panther Coffee can’t fix. 2390 NW Second Ave., Miami, 305-677-3952
At Manna Life Food, you can have your açai and drink it, too, in the açai vanilla and hemp protein smoothie, made with house cashew milk and finished with a passion fruit drizzle. 80 NE Second Ave., Miami, 786-717-5060
Forget about finding a takeout spot. Instead put your time to good use at Barry’s Bootcamp, where (besides getting in a workout) you can slurp the satiating Derek Skinny—trainer Derek DeGrazio’s green juice-meets-protein shake, which aids post-workout muscle recovery. 1835 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 786-888-1699
Did you know that 3:05 PM is Miami’s official cafecito time? There’s no better way to observe it than by hitting up All Day’s ventanita for a mystery java (a cold brew rosemary limeade), which is basically a coffee cocktail. 1035 N. Miami Ave., 305-699-3447
Get your daily dose of matcha or turmeric in Paradigm Kitchen’s steamers—hot milk-based drinks that use grass-fed milk, house-made nut “mylks,” or even XCT coconut oil to give you a brain boost. 1834 Bay Road, Miami Beach, 786-453-2488
Feeling off? Locals swear by Jugofresh’s Saca Lo Todo for instant immunity, or the Limonada Negra (with activated charcoal) to mitigate the aftereffects of last night’s shenanigans. 222 NW 26th St., Miami, 786-472-2552
Juicense’s refreshingly sweet mint cacao smoothie will have you screaming for superfoods instead of ice cream. 2992 McFarlane Road, Miami, 786-409-2371
MAD TEA PARTY
Sip more tea than your soul can handle at JoJo Tea’s omakase-style tasting. 951 SW 42nd Ave., Miami, 305-322-9521
DINNER IN A BOTTLE
Jucy Lu’s green gazpacho is a spin on the Spanish cold raw soup. Ditch the spoon and grab a straw. 2621 NW Second Ave., Miami, 786-536-2575
Who needs milk and cookies when Dr. Smood’s Hawaj Mylk packs almonds, hazelnuts, dates, maple syrup, and hawaj—a traditional Yemeni blend of health-boosting spices—into a single concoction? Sweet dreams, Miamians. 2230 NW Second Ave., Miami, 786-334-4420
PHOTOGRAPHY BY FELIPE GIAMBRABA (ALL DAY)
May 4, 2017