The cold-press juice bar JRINK has closed its Clarendon location.
Less than three years after it opened, the Arlington outpost of the D.C.-area juice purveyor served its last customers this past Sunday, September 29. The store offered superfood bowls, smoothies, coffee, and cold-pressed, locally produced juice.
Read the full announcement below:
“After an amazing 3 years with the Clarendon community, we are taking JRINK to The Boro at Whole Foods Tysons Corner (opening Oct 30). Thank you for the continuous love, support, and juicy Instagram posts. It’s been an amazing ride and we can’t wait to grow into the new opportunity. Visit us Late October at our new spot with a freshly upgraded menu, but your same favorite vibe.
How to get your fix:
– Order online at JRINK.com for delivery to your door, 7 days a week
– Stop by one of our DC locations at Eastern Market, Foggy Bottom, or 14th Street
– Stalk us #jrinkjuicery. Stay updated on all things JRINK Tysons Corner prior to opening”
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