Toronto’s 7 Most Instagrammed Juice Spots

Oct 18, 2015 at 9:56 PM ET

After permeating trend-igniting cities like New York and Los Angeles, the cold-pressed juice phenomenon is now taking Toronto by storm too.

According to the Toronto Star, new purveyors of the health-minded beverages are popping up in nearly every neighborhood, and bringing with them proprietary design sensibilities. Since nobody devours bright edibles and unique aesthetics quite like Instagram users, Vocativ decided to analyze said social channel in order to determine the city’s top local spots for fruit and veggie-packed goodness.

The seven destinations below appeared to be the most popular among Torontonians who guzzle green (and purple, orange, red, etc.) concoctions.

Check ’em out, then decide if their sips really are that good–or if it’s their interiors that just simply beg for an on-feed moment.

Greenhouse Juice Co.
Adorned with reclaimed wood and exposed brick, this teeny spot has a decidedly artsy vibe.

Village Juicery
A clean, controlled look contributes to the serious focus on this juice bar’s organic sips.

Belmont Raw
The boutique-y vibe of this mini-chain makes it a true favorite of the fashion set.

Torontonians may come here for the juice, but they stay for the comfortable, subtly retro feel.

ELXR Juice Lab
This modern apothecary offers cheeky science-lab appeal.

Daily Press Juicery
Located in what’s arguably the hippest part of town, this small shop is a minimalistic beauty.

Smash Juice Bar
Incredibly light and airy, this is a welcoming destination for anybody interested in the naturist lifestyle.