New Juice Bar dTox to Open in Midtown

How many times have you told yourself that you’re going to start eating healthier but you end up eating the same foods over and over again? Well, it’s time to put down your burger and start juicing!

Opening in early November, the dual concepts of dShop and dTox will provide what Starbucks can’t: tables available for rent by the hour, allowing customers to take meetings, print materials and more in a sleekly-designed space complete with a juice bar.

dTox will offer fresh, organic juice made from locally sourced ingredients available for table renters and walk-in customers. Juices are available in individual 16 oz. compostable cups, or in the signature “dTox Box.” Ideal for cleanses, the “dTox box” contains six 16 oz. bottles, including two Red Juices (beet, carrot, cucumber, spinach, romaine, dandelion, ginger and lemon), two Green Juices (kale, spinach, cucumber, celery, watercress, apple, parsley and lemon), one dTox Water (water, lemon and cayenne pepper) and one Brazil Nut Milk (brazil nuts, coconut water, dates, vanilla, sea salt and water), as well as two elixirs, including one Wheatgrass (wheatgrass and cucumber) and one Aloe (aloe gel fresh from the aloe plant, pear and lemon). The box is available for $50 per day, with a $1 deposit for each glass container, which will be washed and reused upon return. Box orders must be placed one day in advance by 4 p.m.

In addition to the menu of juices, dTox will also offer a variety of fair trade, organic coffees and teas, such as the miracle hangover cure, Pu’her Tea, and “healthy junk food,” like organic chocolate chip cookies and vegan desserts from local company Ooh La Raw.

dShop and dTox are located in the heart of Midtown at 305 6th Street, Atlanta, GA30308. The hours are Monday – Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit or call 404.771.6500.

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