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The former Red Herring Lounge is now turquoise. That’s because a new store with different owners is opening up there.
The Juice Pharm is moving to a bigger space at a downtown storefront that provides more seating and a bigger commercial kitchen.
Offerings of refreshing juices, smoothies and fresh fruit acai bowls…which are not so coincidently topped with Bar Bell Bee Ranch Honey!
The owners of Duluth’s Juice Pharm, Giselle Hernandez and Desiree Jenkins, didn’t intend to take their customers by surprise.
The Juice Pharm will be opening a second location, in the skywalk in downtown Duluth, at 31 W. Superior St. Suite 303, the former home of Cold Fusion.
At a small, colorful and relatively new cafe in the East Hillside neighborhood, the chorizo is really blended walnut, sun-dried tomatoes and seasonings.
For this week’s Cooking Connection we made an acai bowl with The Juice Pharm.
Giselle Hernandez is the certified nutritionist behind the juicery, which will operate out of the Red Herring Lounge at 208 E. First St.