Austin Based Daily Juice Cafe To Open 10 Locations In DFW Area

dailyjuiceby Steven Doyle

Daily Juice Café, an organic juice and smoothie café chain based in Austin, Texas, has signed an area developer agreement with DJG-DFW Holdings, LLC, an affiliate of Fort Worth-based restaurant operator Winslow’s Partners, LLC, to open a total of 10 locations within the next three years in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area. Daily Juice will debut its first store in March 2014 in the Oaklawn area of Dallas at 3908 Cedar Springs Road, and a total of three locations will open in the market by summer 2014.

Daily Juice serves made-to-order organic juices and smoothies prepared from fresh vegetables, fruits and super foods, as well as highly nutritious grab-and-go foods in a quick-service, uniquely cultural environment. It’s the only concept in its segment that offers 100 percent real foods that are gluten- and dairy-free.   

A space has been leased for the first Daily Juice Café in Dallas and it is slated to open in March 2014. Two more Dallas locations will be open by summer 2014. After there are plans to expand into Fort Worth and then the Dallas-Fort Worth suburbs, including Arlington and Plano, within two years. In total, 10 Daily Juice locations by 2016.


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5 responses to “Austin Based Daily Juice Cafe To Open 10 Locations In DFW Area

  1. Joe

    Daily Juice is NOT the first! Boom Juice in the Dallas Farmers’ Market had been doing 100% organic 100% gluten free & 100% dairy free for a while. Their juices are cold-pressed too. Dallas’ first and only juice bar that’s doing it right with the Norwalk machines and organic gluten/dairy/soy free foods.

  2. Not too sure that Dallas needs any other Juice companies, especially those from Austin. Earth On Tap ( is a juice/smoothie company at the Plano and McKinney Farmers Markets & they plan to build a store in the Plano area Spring 2014. They are also 100% organic, gluten free, dairy free, vegan, and cold pressed on norwalks. Lets all keep supporting our local small businesses!

  3. Branson

    I love smoothies! I can’t wait to try the new kid on the block.

    The part of Oaklawn where they will be located is in the early stages of a real estate development boom. They are getting into that area at the ground level of this boom, so to speak. Very smart move.

  4. The Daily Juice Cafés opening in the Dallas area *are* locally owned and operated, and did begin in Austin in 2003. Is there truly an issue in more venues offering cold-press, 100% organic juices, smoothies, salads, entreés, etc. to the people? I say, the more the merrier!

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