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At 1346 Washington Avenue, you’ll find the ideal afternoon thirst-quencher at Juice & Java, a natural foods café with a juice and smoothie menu a mile long. Well, nearly. Try “The Cure,” a blend of carrot, celery, beet, cucumber, spinach, garlic, ginger, apple, lemon and lime juices that’s sure to refuel. Step it up a notch and visit organic Italian restaurant Escopazzo (1311 Washington Ave.) for dinner, where a raw food menu features a much-loved Vegetable Lasagnetta and Warm Wild Mushroom Salad. The lovely Giancarla Bodoni, executive chef, has been serving up all-organic, green foods for a decade, and upon first bite, it’s clear that it’s her specialty. Cap off your day by swinging into Canyon Ranch Hotel and Spa Miami Beach’s (6801 Collins Avenue) Grill or Carillon Lounge. Both offer an innovative cocktail menu (using homemade mixers), as well as an extensive list of sustainable and biodynamic wines, beers and spirits. If you’re in the mood, book a spa treatment here or at Miami’s first organic spa, Uhma, an eco-chic urban sanctuary (726 6th Street), where services like the Balinese Coconut Bamboo body scrub sooth and energize. There is a Whole Foods Market at 1020 Alton Road, South Beach if you are after organic groceries.

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Organic Cafes & Restaurants

Escopazzo
Escopazzo
Where:
1311 Washington Ave
Hours:
Tue-Sat 6-11, Sun 6-10.30
Web:
www.escopazzo.com
Contact:
t: +1 305 674 9450 / Email
Juice & Java
Juice & Java
Where:
1346 Washington Ave
Hours:
M-F 9-9, Sat 10-9, Sun 11-6
Web:
www.juiceandjava.com
Contact:
t: +1 305 531 6675 / Email

Organic Grocery Stores

Organic Spas

Uhma
Uhma
Where:
726 6th St
Hours:
Mon 12-7, Tu-Sat 10-7
Web:
www.uhmaspa.com
Contact:
t: +1 305 695 0996 / Email