Avocado toast, oatmeal bowls and pumpkin smoothies featured at Ardmore eatery
Three kinds of avocado toast, pumpkin and blueberry pie smoothies, and oatmeal bowls topped with granola, fruit and autumn spices are just a few of the highlights of Juice Dr. Café’s fall menu. “We are using the best fruits, vegetables and spices of this season,” said F.J. Leto, CEO and founder of Juice Dr. “They are great tasting – and great for you.”
Plant-based, organic foods are the backbone of Juice Dr.’s philosophy and business. A longtime vegan, Leto debuted his line of raw, cold-pressed, bottled juices in 2014. The quick-serve restaurant, originally called Blue Pearl, opened in 2020. Renamed Juice Dr. Café to make it synchronous with the rest of the company, the Ardmore eatery has become a haven for Main Liners seeking healthy food and drinks.
“Philadelphia has a growing number of restaurants serving plant-based food, but it’s hard to find great options in the suburbs,” Leto said.
The new fall menu features inventive new items like traditional avocado toast, black bean avocado toast and mushroom “bacon” avocado toast; PB3 toast with nut butter, bananas, berries, granola and Nutella; autumn spice oatmeal bowls and pumpkin bowls; pumpkin smoothies and blueberry pie smoothies. Favorites like pad Thai and a wide variety of salads and wraps are also on the menu.
44 Rittenhouse Place, Ardmore
Mon. – Fri. 8 am – 6 pm
Sat. 9 am – 5 pm
Sun. 9 am – 3 pm