A new location of organic fast-causal, health-centric eatery Clean Juice has opened in Atlanta’s Reynoldstown neighborhood. The restaurant launched with a soft opening on Sept. 4 and will hold a grand opening celebration on Sept. 25.
“I wanted to find a place where I would always be learning and developing with opportunities to grow, and I get to do that with Clean Juice in a city that I feel strongly about,” Kim Burrows, franchise owner of the Reynoldstown Clean Juice, said in a statement. “There are so many opportunities for small business owners in the area and it’s exciting to see this city grow and put a greater importance on health.”
The new location — the deal for which was brokered by What Now Atlanta partner Bill Davis at Keller Williams Commercial — is the sixth outpost of Clean Juice in Georgia and its second in Atlanta proper, with another in West Side Village. It’s also the second Clean Juice location for franchisee Burrows, who opened her first in Marietta in May 2020. Prior to running her own restaurants, Burrows spent 25 years in brand management and marketing for major national fast food chains like McDonalds and Arby’s. She co-runs her restaurant business with her husband Spencer Burrows.
While it’s known primarily for its cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices, Clean Juice also offers smoothies, açai and grain bowls, wraps and toasts. Its fall menu, which launched in August, includes pumpkin-infused açai bowls, smoothies and lattes made without sugary syrups or additives.
The first 50 customers to arrive at Reynoldstown Clean Juice’s grand opening celebration on Sept. 25 between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. will be rewarded with one free smoothie a week for a year. Other deals will include buy-one-get-one cold-pressed juices and smoothies, a free kids’ smoothie with any purchase and 20 percent off juice cleanses. Neighborhood fitness partners will also hold mini classes throughout the event.