Like assets and evil snowmen, fruits are easier to deal with in liquid form. Wash down nature's nectar with this Groupon.
- $11 for $22 worth of smoothies, gourmet tacos, and crepes
Helvetica Juice Bar & Cafe
As a typeface, the Helvetica font communicates with no flourishes; it's a bare-bones style where what you see is what you get. Striving for the same simplicity, Helvetica Juice Bar & Cafe, which is run by the same owner as the Latin-themed Burroco Grill, offers a culinary experience that comes off as similarly natural and elegant. Inside, rustic raw-wood tables, art installations, and exposed-brick walls welcome guests as they approach a chalkboard holding the café’s simple menu of sweets and savories, gourmet tacos, crepes, sandwiches, and Latin American–inspired dishes.
As cooks prepare guests’ orders, they work only with ripe fruits, fresh meats, and other ingredients that have never been canned, frozen, or preserved. Topping the list of sustenance is a selection of sweet crepes made with Nutella and ice cream, or studded with fruit and cookies. Savory options may include Latin-inspired eats, such as barbacoa tacos. The café’s signature smoothies boast bananas and mangos, and juice blends incorporate fruits from around the world, such as high-fiber curuba, vitamin-rich lulo, and Caribbean fruits such as maracuya, lulo, and guanabana, A BYOB establishment, customers often bring liquor to add to the juice drinks, turning them into specialty cocktails. As further show of the café’s conscientious offerings, Helvetica’s iced and hot coffee drinks are squeezed from direct-trade beans and served in biodegradable cups.
92% of 382 customers recommend
“I will definitely be back. Great food! Great service!”
“Smoothies are great.”
“It's a BYOB place, so bring your own drink and have a good time. The menu is small but, the food is fresh and delicious. The three men who run, I think probably own,...”
“It's a BYOB place, so bring your own drink and have a good time. The menu is small but, the food is fresh and delicious. The three men who run, I think probably own, the business were very friendly and courteous and answered any questions we had.”