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Juicing on the Vegas Strip?

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Posted by Kessin on 3 years ago

Hello everyone!

I will be heading to Las Vegas shortly, and don't want to throw away all of my hard work. Searching online, I can't seem to find definitive answers on Juice bars on the Vegas strip. Every time I search, I get a lot of "bars" that add fresh juice to their alcohol.

We will be staying at the Mirage (center strip), and will not have a car. Any ideas? Does anyone have experience with this? Thanks in advance!

This topic contains 4 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by Kessin 3 years ago.

Replies To Juicing on the Vegas Strip?

  • Jim 77

    3 years ago

    That may be a tough one... If your driving there, then maybe bring your juicer with you and keep it in the hotel room... or bring some juice with you.

    Unfortunately... it is hard to find juice bars in some parts of the world.

    If you can't juice... just eat healthy.

    Salads... lots of water.

    What happens in Vegas... stays in Vegas...lol.

  • Kessin

    3 years ago

    Thanks Jim 77. I am flying and only able to bring one tiny carry on bag, so unfortunately that won't work for me. I am still searching and hope something turns up, but if not, will do my best to resist temptation. I figure if I can manage to eat healthy in Vegas, I can eat healthy anywhere!

  • QingGuy

    3 years ago

    @Kessin I live in Vegas, try Pressed Juicery, I think it's in Planet Hollywood. If you have a fridge in your room you could buy a day or two's worth of bottles at a time. Be sure to leave lots of money here to keep my taxes low ;) Any other Vegas questions feel free to ask

  • Kessin

    3 years ago

    Wow--thank you so much @QingGuy! I appreciate it a lot...I was starting to think I was out of luck! Do you happen to have any opinions of good places on the strip to grab a vegan meal? Don't worry--we plan to spend waaay to much so I am happy to contribute to low taxes for the locals :)

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