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The Best Smoothie Joints in Toronto

Tired of the same old, ho-hum lunch menus? Looking for a quick and easy way to get your five-a-day, without the expensive bite of cold-press juices? Or a lush and lovely palate-pleaser to stave off those pesky hunger pangs between meals? Check out any of the latest, chill-est smoothie spots in the downtown core. Missed one? Add your local favourite to the comments.


deKEFIR (333 Bay Street – in the PATH)

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For those who relish the taste of the mineral-rich dairy-based kefir, the folks at deKEFIR’s funky underground locale can happily blend just about any creative fruit concoction imaginable, even offering their own playful creations like watermelon and basil, or fig and walnut.


Feel Good Guru (135 Tecumseth Street)

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Billed as a destination for organic, plant-powered food, the gurus behind Feel Good Guru craft some heavenly vegan eats and treats, and boasts a unique array of smoothies made from out-of-this-world ingredients.

(Delivery available via UberEATS)


Superfood Eateries (268 Adelaide Street West)

The brains behind Superfood Eateries really want you to eat, drink and live—better. In addition to great meals, they’ve amassed a variety of smoothies (that can be savoured individually, or parlayed into an invigorating cleanse / diet) certain to boost your immune and energy levels, in intoxicating creations like Baby Spice and Flying High.


Evolution Food Co. (12 Market Street)

Nestled on a quaint, cobblestone alleyway alongside the boisterous St. Lawrence Market, Evolution Food Co. is the perfect place to grab an early breakfast (Almighty Almond Butter) or after dinner (Cookies & Cream) smoothie, not to mention an ideal lunch spot for busy, bowl-hungry urbanites.

(Delivery available via Hurrier / Foodora & UberEATS)


Bolt (1170 Queen Street West)

This Queen West go-to may be famous for their bowls and energizing mushroom digestifs, but those in the know are all too familiar with the abundant rainbow of juice and smoothie options, including Green Colada and Chocolate Thunder.


Oats & Ivy (127A 171 East Liberty Street)

Liberty Village has got a new, much-needed healthy hotspot in Oats & Ivy, a new flagship centrally located on East Liberty Street. In addition to mouth-watering lunch boxes and wheat-free treats, the Superfood Smoothies are to die for—especially Strawberry Fields and Blue Skies.

(Delivery available via Hurrier / Foodora)


The Beet (2945 Dundas Street West)

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Far flung, but well worth the jog out to the Junction, The Beet offers an array of sumptuous smoothies brimming with fresh and inventive ingredients (Peanut Buttercup, Queen Beet) and created with an airy vanilla rice milk base for a lighter, healthier meal alternative.

(Delivery available via UberEATS)

Main Image courtesy Ken Hawkins via Flickr

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