This Adorable Juicery Just Opened Their Third Location In Vancouver And It's Instagram Goals AF

If you are a frequent Gastown dweller, then you're probably very familiar with Nectar Juicery and their adorable shop front. With copper accented decor and tons of super cute plants to take pictures of, you probably stopped by from the gram more than the actual juice.

Just kidding, their juice is AMAZING. If you haven't already tried it, their all natural cold-pressed juices are 100% organic and made to cleanse your body from evil toxin build up.

Recently, they just opened up their third location at 3633 Main St and it is arguably even more beautiful than their Gastown location. With the same hip and chic vibes, but with an evidently larger space and waaayyy more comfortable seating. But I mean seriously...JUST LOOK! IT'S SO BEAUTIFUL! 😭🙏

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But wait a minute. This is their third location? What about the second? Well you probably missed out. Their second location at 153 West 7th Avenue in Mount Pleasant opened earlier this month and is their first test kitchen location...and is also freaking #instagramgoals.

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So grab your DLSR and your body that is in much need of a juice cleanse, and get ready for a beautiful juice experience.

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