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Newbury Street Adds Crush Juicery, Public Espresso

Newbury-Street-Buffalo-NY-juice-2Crush Juicery opened for service recently inside the quick-service Elmwood Village restaurant Newbury Street Cafe—known for its health-conscious build-your-own salad, quinoa bowl, brown rice bowl, soup, and burrito menu. The addition of Crush Juicery expands the restaurant’s beverage repertoire to include cold-pressed and made-to-order juices, dairy-free and yogurt-based smoothies, and classic coffee drinks by way of a newly installed, full-service Public Espresso coffee bar.

1-Newbury-Street-Buffalo-NY-juice-3Ingredients at Crush Juicery, which run the gamut from apples and bananas to bee pollen and coconut meat, abide by the non-GMO guideline that has been Newbury Street’s calling card since it opened. Flavor combinations, which number in the dozens, can be customized with a variety of “enhancers” like cacao, maca powder, turmeric, ginseng, and spirulina.

The addition of Crush Juicery also brings a few new food items to Newbury Street like pitaya (aka dragon fruit) and acai bowls served with your choice of homemade or gluten-free granola as well as avocado toast and oatmeal. New, extended store hours (7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.) complement the breakfast-friendly menu updates and position Newbury Street as and even more convenient pit stop for a caffeine- or micronutrient-fueled pick-me-up.

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Written by Caitlin Hartney

Caitlin Hartney

Caitlin has covered local food and drink for Buffalo Rising since 2015, having previously written for Artvoice, the Public, and the Buffalo News. She works full time in marketing communications and is earning her master's degree in history at University at Buffalo, the latter of which occasionally informs her writing. Most importantly, she likes the word "moist" and doesn't care who knows it. How else do you describe a great piece of cake?

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