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Ness Juicery

15th Jan 2014

Ness Juicery

We were wondering what might happen to that prime bit of pop-up real estate previously used as a Christmas store by Makers & Brothers (& Others) and thankfully a brilliant solution has been found. For the month of January and February a detox pop up? juicery is up and running in conjunction with The Fumbally Exchange on Dame Lane. Run by The Thrills guitarist Daniel Ryan and architect Jim Lawler, artisan juice company Ness have been making a name for themselves with their California-inspired concoctions that comprise raw?cold-pressed juices, fresh fruit &’vegetable blends and superfood shots. All the drinks will be freshly produced in’the shop daily.

We’re already developing a taste for the Red Dot (beetroot, apple and ginger) and The Wink (pineapple, carrot and lemon), €4 per 50 ml pop. The shop is open 7 days a week from 10th?Jan’to the end of February only.