Bay Area/ San Francisco/ Food & Drinks
Published on June 29, 2017
Urban Remedy Expansion Brings Fresh Juices, Healthy Eats To Noe ValleyPhoto: Pierre-François L./Yelp

Local health-conscious mini-chain Urban Remedy is continuing it expansion tear with the opening of a new outpost in Noe Valley. The business, located at at 3870 24th St. (between Sanchez St. & Vicksburg St.), replaces DAVIDsTEA, which shuttered in March.

The Richmond-based company, founded by acupuncturist, herbalist, and certified Chinese nutritionist Neka Pasquale, offers prepared meals, snacks, and juices, including juice cleanses. Since opening its first location in San Rafael in 2013, it's been growing rapidly, with 10 locations spread around the Bay Area, as of the Noe Valley shop's debut, and 15 total planned to open before the end of this year, including an Oakland outpost.

Opened on Saturday, June 24th, the new location joins three other San Francisco Urban Remedy locations—in Cow Hollow, Hayes Valley, and the Ferry Building. Expect a variety of salad bowls, wraps, soups and other veggie-forward prepared meals, plus snacks like cheesy kale chips and carrot curry crackers, and a variety of cold-pressed juices, nut milks and more.

Swing on by to take a peek for yourself: Urban Remedy is now open weekdays from 8am to 7pm, and weekends from 9am to 6pm.