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Alive Juices' drinks aren't technically alive. They are, however, brimming with natural enzymes and unaltered nutrients?thanks to the fact that the company presses each freshly before bottling and never pasteurizes. Ayurvedic principles and modern nutritional research come together in eight low-calorie juice blends that strike a balance between savory and semisweet. All are made with garlic, sprouts, ginger, lemon, and apple, but also feature combinations such as beets and kale or red bell pepper and mint. The juice-makers punch up their recipes with a blend of herbs and spices, and use USDA-certified organic produce when possible. Juices are provided as part of weight-loss programs and full cleanses, and may be used as part of meal-replacement plans that also include fruit and nut snacks rather than just pictures of steaks with Xs drawn over them. To sweeten the arrangement even further, Alive Juices also delivers its packages to customers' homes and offices throughout the DC area.
2500 University Boulevard East
Hyattsville,
MD
US
Though she's one of five hosts of ABC's food talk show, The Chew, Carla Hall has no trouble standing out from the crowd. You can tell her apart from her cohosts, such as restaurateur Mario Batali and wellness enthusiast Daphne Oz, in numerous ways: her funky glasses, her penchant for calling out "hootie hoo," or, perhaps most unique of all, her love of homestyle comfort-food cooking.? Born in Nashville, Hall specializes in Southern staples, made with French techniques she perfected at Maryland's L'Academie de Cuisine. Her creations earned her a slot on two seasons of Bravo's Top Chef, where she earned raves from the judges for her gumbo. The secret behind the stellar dish? Cooking with love. Hall believes the chef's feelings shine through in the food, which is why angry people can only make hot sauce. Hall still cooks with love today, too, whipping up bite-size sweet and savory cookies and creating original recipes for her cookbooks. She recently announced the development of her very first restaurant?Carla Hall?s Southern Kitchen?slated to open in New York City next year. A fast-casual love letter to Nashville, the restaurant will feature iconic Nashville hot chicken and southern sides, which are anchored by Hall?s family recipes and perfected with her personal touches. Groupon Guide Carla on Cooking Hacks and Backstage Antics Learn how to spice up your sides, and discover who's pranking who on the set of "The Chew."
8810 Brookville Rd
Silver Spring,
MD
US
Jamba Juice, the sunny West Coast import, has finally spread their brand of the California lifestyle to the nation’s capital, thanks to its menu blend of smoothies, wraps, flatbreads and sandwiches. The relatively new Dupont Circle location is a great option for on-the-go business types or anyone traipsing through this bustling slice of metro DC. Of course, the fast casual chain is known for their whole fruit smoothies, which come blended in any number of ways, including with a “boost” pack that helps to boost your immune system or give you a jolt of energy. Health-conscious folks have plenty of options themselves, with low-calorie smoothies available from the menuboard, each with their own vitamin-rich, antioxidant-heavy powers, plus a few vegetable juice options. Anyone feeling indulgent can stick with the sweet stuff, like peanut butter, chocolate and available sherbet flavors.
1333 19th St. NW
Washington,
DC
US
From asiago cheese to orange cranberry, Bethesda Bagels has a flavor for every bagel eater to pair with spreads such as chive or lox cream cheese. The handmade bagels can be ordered one delicious bagel or mini bagel at a time or by the baker’s dozen. Along with the namesake menu item, Bethesda Bagels also serves all-day breakfast, plus overstuffed sandwiches, pizzas, and other snacks, including fancy cookies and their more casually dressed cousin, the muffin.
1718 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
Washington,
DC
US
In comic books, heroes are typically born out of tragedy. Such was the case for Protein Bar's founder, Matt Matros. At a young age, Matt lost his father to a sudden heart attack. Matt struggled with weight himself, and by the time he reached 22, he set out on a mission to change things. He lost 50 pounds by committing to a healthy lifestyle devoid of junk food and day trips to the Big Rock Candy Mountain. But Matt's mission to change things didn't stop with himself. During his weight-loss journey, Matt noticed a dearth of food options that were both healthy and convenient. Protein Bar was his response to this dearth. The Protein Bar menu focuses heavily on high-protein burritos, salads, and quinoa bowls mixed with all-natural chicken and seasonal ingredients. A special blend of six types of vegetables (named the Super 6 Salad Mix) define the vitamin-rich salads, which pair well with drinks blended from fresh fruit, milks, and proteins. Before lunch, the restaurants dole out breakfast burritos and protein-rich oatmeal. Since Matt opened the first Protein Bar with his life savings in 2009, the restaurant has expanded to more than a dozen locations in Chicago, Colorado, and Washington, D.C. Its menu and its founder's mission continue to gain new fans and ample press attention. Crain?s Chicago Business even deemed Matt Matros among their "40 Under 40: 2012."
398 7th Street Northwest
Washington,
DC
US
Whether they stop by for an afternoon snack or a morning pick-me-up on their way to work, visitors to Fabulous Market know their food will be fresh and their coffee will be hot. The international eatery's team layers sandwiches and brews beans throughout the day, ensuring foods are flavorful, beverages blast away grogginess, and stomachs are satisfied. Fruit smoothies and fresh salads are also available, as are wines and beers ranging from domestic favorites to more unique brews recently unearthed in Sam Adams' cellar.
2424 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington,
DC
US
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