Drink your veggies: Squeeze Juice Works expands

Squeeze opens second site along South Boulevard in Tampa.

click to enlarge The St. Pete-bred juice shop expanded to Hyde Park. - Squeeze Juice Works via Facebook
Squeeze Juice Works via Facebook
The St. Pete-bred juice shop expanded to Hyde Park.

Tampanians may now enjoy Squeeze Juice Works' organic, cold-pressed juices without leaving their neck of the woods.

Co-owners Kelly Lessem, Amy Losoya and Shawn and Mike Indrigo opened the juice shop's second location in Hyde Park at 7 a.m. on Tuesday. Squeeze is nearly 1 year old.

Offering up signature juices, including its Daily Mean Greens and Lemon Aide, Squeeze's new locale carries grab-and-go eats like raw taco salad, juice cleanses, nut milks, bottled and tapped kombucha, medicinal shots and more.

Availability of fresh, seasonal produce impacts Squeeze's juice offerings, which rotate daily. Each pint contains 4 to 6 pounds of organic fruits and veggies.

The latest shop at 226 S. Blvd. is open until 2 p.m. today, but will operate from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends.

Squeeze's initial locale in St. Petersburg opened in October 2013.

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