On tropical Pacific islands, the foamy smoothie lagoons have long served as a key source of nutrients for hungry pelicans and wayward astronomers. Today's Groupon brings a taste of that tropical favorite to the mainland. For $7, you get $15 worth of smoothies, healthy sandwiches, salads, and more at The Last Carrot, located in Coconut Grove.
The fresh menu at The Last Carrot brings together soups, salads, pitas, sandwiches, and juices in a culinary harmony unseen since the California Raisins dominated the airwaves. Chug a glass of fresh carrot or cucumber juice with or without fresh ginger for a light and instantaneous vitaminal boost ($3.75) or down a papaya- or banana-juice smoothie ($3.75 each) for a heartier fruit-filled pre-lunch appetite slayer. The Last Carrot's healthy lunch options include whole-wheat pita pockets ($5.35–$7.50) loaded with fresh veggies and many options such as tuna ($7.50), Monterey jack ($6.40), white-chicken salad ($7.50), spicy tofu ($7.50), or hummus ($7.50), crisp salads with abundant veggies and cheese ($6.40), and spinach pies ($3.75–$4.25). Fresh daily soup selections ($3.50), vegan cookies ($3.00), and ground-to-order peanut butter in a pita with banana and apple ($5.35) complete the butter-barren mélange of heart-friendly fare.
Studies show that diets that contain three or more servings of pulverized fruits or vegetables a day can result in an increase in energy, improved organ function, and the sudden ability to perform Three Times a Lady on the glockenspiel. Impress friends with this incredible feat and feel better in your own body in the process.
- It was one of those sandwiches that begins to fall apart as soon as you eat it, so there is no attractive way of going about devouring it. I just went for it full force. Salad dressing on my cheeks, I think some of it even got on my nose. Lettuce and sprouts falling onto my plate. I didn’t care. It was all just too good to care who was watching or what they were thinking. – Alicia, Vegan Guinea Pig
- From peanut butter and banana pitas to spinach melts, all sandwiches are delish. They have two homemade vinaigrettes they serve which are to die for. I want to eat that on every salad I consume for the rest of my life!!! – Giovvany G., Urbanspoon
- The spinach pie dressed up with tomatoes, guacamole and melted cheese is awesome. This is also the place for smoothies: Bananas, strawberries, apple juice, ice and honey blended to perfection. – jgvmd1968, Urbanspoon
The Last Carrot
At The Last Carrot, fresh fruit, vegetables, and whole grain breads come together to feed the body and mind. Lean chicken, tuna, or tofu nudge up against shaved carrot slices and crunchy cucumber inside the welcoming embrace of a whole-wheat pita sandwich. Diners also dip into freshly made bean soups, or slather snacks in homemade peanut butter. The health food enclave also offers a colorful mélange of freshly squeezed juices, including acai, wheatgrass, and a frothy blend of carrot juice spiked with sweet strawberry, papaya, and mango.
Northeast Coconut Grove
3133 Grand Ave
Miami, Florida 33133Get Directions