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Former Starbucks to Become a Juice Bar

Who needs caffeine when there’s juice?

Clean Juice
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

The former Starbucks nestled near the College of Charleston campus will soon reopen as Clean Juice Bar. With over 90 locations all across the country, this health-conscious franchise started with its first store in 2015 near Lake Norman, North Carolina.

Clean Juice Bar’s menu includes a wide variety of fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, acai bowls, cleanses, and, of course, avocado toast.

This won’t be the first South Carolina address for Clean Juice Bar — there is already a store in Fort Mill. Outposts are also planned for Mount Pleasant, West Ashley, Lexington, and Greenville. The 168 Calhoun St. store should open in 2018. Those in Charleston for awhile will remember the address as the location of greasy spoon The Goodie House.

For those who need juice, acai bowls, and avocado toast before 2018, check out King Street’s Beech or catch the Koa Bowls truck on Glebe Street. And for those looking for another Starbucks, walk a few blocks in any direction, and you’re sure to bump into one or use this map to find a local option.

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