There’s green juice, and then there’s RōJō’s green juice. After operating as a pop-up, owner Rhonda Faison has a stand set up at Pike Place Market behind the counter at Corner Produce. If you don't grab a cup to guzzle all day while browsing the market, you’d be making a mistake. RōJō’s blend of celery, fennel, lemon, parsley, spinach, and apple is ice-cold, bright, and herbal with a touch of sweetness—officially the best green juice we’ve tasted in Seattle. Also in her lineup are cold brew lattes made with ras el hanout-spiked pepita milk, aloe vera cucumber coolers, and Granddaddy’s Nightcap: a cider made with apple, ginger, and warm baking spices like cardamom and clove.
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