Photo courtesy of Patricia Khan for Bob's Juice Bar
This began as the brainchild of an American expat transplant. When he started his little closet of a juice bar several years back now his was one of the first in the city where you could get truly... Read More
This began as the brainchild of an American expat transplant. When he started his little closet of a juice bar several years back now his was one of the first in the city where you could get truly fresh-squeezed juices and smoothies. It quickly became the rage among the fashion crowd when they were in town during fashion weeks. You won't find much on the menu here other than juices, smoothies, and mikshakes made with almond or soymilk (nothing lactose). But you will find bagels, freshly made, a morning treat that was a rarity in Paris even just a few years ago. If you want to sit somewhere and enjoy your fresh juice, you'd better hope you're just about the only one at the Juice Bar. But its closeness also means that you're likely to get drawn into a conversation with another English speaker.
- Breakfast: "Fresh juices, non-dairy smoothies and bagels with an assortment of shmears. Ahhh, it makes you feel like you're back home in L.A., or Brooklyn, already."
- Best for Breakfast Because: Bob has another place in the 3rd arrondissement called Bob's Kitchen. There you'll find tables and chairs even, too.