Monday, February 13, 2017

Manayunk juicery to open Main Line outpost this year, replacing Perrier bakery

Kenneth Hilario Reporter, Philadelphia Business Journal
A local juicery and café that first opened on Manayunk's Main Street will open their second location this year on the Main Line, taking over a space formerly housing a George Perrier-founded restaurant.

Since it debuted in Manayunk in June 2014, The Juice Merchant has launched a vegan, gluten-free menu along with its cold-pressed juices. Now it's time to expand.

A sister location will open in March this year in Narberth in Montgomery County, taking over the space vacated by Art of Bread, which George Perrier founded in 2011 and closed last year.

The Manayunk location is about 1,700 square feet, while the Art of Bread space is around 2,500 square feet, most of which is in the bakery.

The second outpost will have about 16 seats, according to a spokeswoman.

The company also acquired and will introduce a juice truck, which the company will take on the road for public and private events.
Full story:

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.