Nolita is a land full of matcha lattes and pink restaurants, which makes it essential you know about Madhuffalla’s existence. It’s a juice bar without any bells and whistles (except for the steady stream of models that come in) that survives because the juice is just really good, not because the wallpaper is photogenic. The space is clean and bright, but Madhufalla definitely doesn’t care about wallpaper, and that’s what we like about it. They also have smoothies, soups, and a few snacks.
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