Karma Juice Bar and Eatery closes Central Ave location, opens on 4th St

Karma Juice Bar and Eatery closes Central Ave location, opens on 4th St

Karma's exterior on a sunny day

One of St. Pete’s best spots for healthy eats has moved to a new 4th Street outpost. Karma Juice Bar and Eatery has closed its location downtown on Central Avenue, and is now open every day at 1804 4th Street North in St. Pete.

The airy 4th Street space offers bar and dining room seating indoors, in addition to a patio with umbrellas in the back, though we also recommend getting your meal to go and enjoying it picnic-style in beautiful Crescent Lake Park just a block away. The family-owned restaurant and juice bar aims to provide “mindful, health-conscious eating” that they call good mood food.

The all-day menu at Karma includes bowls, smoothies, salads, and sandwiches. They also have a full drink list of fresh-pressed juices, coffee, tea, and “wellness lattes.” From 8-11 am daily, diners can also enjoy a breakfast menu of health-conscious sandwiches, bagels and wraps. Karma’s new hours in the location are Monday-Friday from 8 am – 7 pm, and Saturday from 8 am – 5 pm.

The interior of Karma
Inside Karma’s new 4th St location

The eatery also creates a variety of small bites like hummus plates and loaded toast (the ricotta and apple toast drizzled with honey is a favorite of I Love The Burg), and there is a menu of kids sandwiches, as well.

Karma delivers fresh, feel good food made by locals

Karma’s bowls are blended with almond milk and topped with house-made, gluten-free granola and honey. With bases like acai and dragon fruit, bowls are filled with a variety fruits, nuts and other organic ingredients. The extensive smoothie list includes half a dozen almond milk-based options, and another half dozen green smoothies made with fruits, veggies and coconut water.

Of course, among the many things Karma does well, their salads are stars in their own right, bringing flavorful and feel-good crunch to any lunch. Highlights include the roasted veggie and quinoa, the tequila lime chicken, and the gigantic KSS Salad featuring mixed greens, brussel sprouts, butternut squash, roasted peppers, quinoa, beets, cucumbers, carrots, tomatoes, feta, avocado, cranberries, hemp hearts, walnuts, and a house vinaigrette.

Coffee, salad and a sandwich at Karma

Opened by the mother-daughter duo of Josie Barber and April Lupkey, Karma originally began as a juice bar and acai shop before expanding into a full blown restaurant. The pair has demonstrated a dedication to fresh ingredients and meals prepared to-order, while sourcing responsibly and providing a warm and inviting space inside the restaurant.

Karma has a second location in Clearwater at 2095 Drew Street, and we’ve heard rumors of a potential downtown St. Pete location coming in the near future.

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