Austin-based JuiceLand to open at Sylvan Thirty

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Another Austin-based restaurant chain is opening an outpost at Sylvan Thirty.

JuiceLand started in 2011 and quickly grew to 13 stores in Austin and one in Brooklyn.

The shop offers organic juices and super-food smoothies, juice cleanses and raw and vegan food. It is expected to open at Sylvan Thirty this coming spring.

Another Austin-based chain, Taco Deli, opened at Sylvan Thirty recently, and Austin-based Houndstooth Coffee is coming soon.

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  • Amanda

    This company doesn’t franchise therefore should not be labeled “Chain.”

  • Rachel Stone

    Hi Jason. It is in West Dallas, and we cover it because it’s part of our neighborhood. Thanks.

  • Jason Richards

    Why is this in Oak Cliff News? Oak Cliff ends at I-30…legally. This is our neighbor, West Dallas.

  • Austin Shook

    That other Austin juice bar that opened and closed in Oak Lawn was a franchise that, to be honest, didn’t really have soul or owners that cared much. I’m a lifelong Dallasite that lives in Bishop Arts and I’ll be on the opening team for JuiceLand Dallas. Full disclosure: I worked at the JuiceLand in Austin for years and and my older brother started the company. The smoothies and juices are second to none and our prices are reasonable, especially the daily specials. We will be supporting a new local non profit each month as well as sponsoring local music shows. http://www.juiceland.com has a list of all those community minded endeavors in the Austin area and I will be helping choose where we direct our outreach in Dallas. Def looking forward to making the big D’s drinks come true and, once the doors open, I invite you to stop in for a smoothie on the house, you won’t be disappointed!

  • Austin Shook

    That other Austin juice bar that opened and closed in Oak Lawn was a franchise that, to be honest, didn’t really have soul or owners that cared much. I’m a lifelong Dallasite that lives in Bishop Arts and I’ll be on the opening team for JuiceLand Dallas. Full disclosure: I worked at the JuiceLand in Austin for years and and my older brother started the company. The smoothies and juices are second to none and our prices are reasonable, especially the daily specials. We will be supporting a new local non profit each month as well as sponsoring local music shows. http://www.juiceland.com has a list of all those community minded endeavors in the Austin area and I will be helping choose where we direct our outreach in Dallas. Def looking forward to making the big D’s drinks come true and, once the doors open, I invite you to stop in for a smoothie on the house, you won’t be disappointed!

  • Austin Shook

    That other Austin juice bar was a franchise that, to be honest, didn’t have soul. I’m a lifelong Dallasite that lives in Bishop Arts who is the brother of owner and I’ll be on the opening team for JuiceLand Dallas. Our prices are reasonable especially the daily specials and we will be supporting to local non profits as well as sponsoring local music. Def looking forward to making the big D’s drinks come true and, once the doors open, I invite you to stop in for a drink on the house so you can sample our most popular drink.

  • Pecos45

    Oak Cliff: Like Austin, but without the self-righteousness.

  • lakewoodhobo

    That wouldn’t be a bad thing. I’ve said many times that West Commerce/Ft Worth Ave is becoming our “South Congress”

  • lakewoodhobo

    I love Austin, but I recall there was another Austin juice store, Daily Juice, that lasted less than a year in Oak Lawn. Not only were the prices outrageous but all of the products were named after Austin places like Barton Springs.

    Again, love Austin, but if you’re going to open in a new city try changing the names to appeal to the locals. Tacodeli did this right by making a t-shirt with a variation of the City of Dallas “D” logo.

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  • fred

    Interesting.. that is not the juice bar that was announced earlier…. Interesting that there will be 3 Austin Transplants… maybe instead of Sylvan Thrity, it should be called ” North Austin”