Vitality Health is a “natural market,” which basically means it’s the neighborhood version of a Whole Foods. However, it’s a lot less expensive, and it should be your go-to juice, smoothie, and local dog food (this is apparently a thing) spot if you live in Astoria. When you’re not shopping for Max, you can order your drink at the bar, or from the window outside if you’re in a rush. Also, the juices come in glass bottles, so you can congratulate yourself for being healthy and saving the earth at the same time.
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