From fresh fruit smoothies to organic coffee, teas and elixirs, Skinny Park Juice offers a wonderful assortment of wholesome menu items. Their large selection of cafe delicacies — house made salads, multigrain wraps, gluten-free breads — has kept the Things To Do Lancaster team coming back for more!
“Our mission is to offer a menu of healthy food and beverages that does not contain processed or artificial ingredients,” said Owner, Carol Cambell.
Since 2013, Skinny Park Juice has served Lancaster’s West End.
“We are coming up on a two-year anniversary and have been wanting to give back to the community that has supported us,” continued Cambell.
“Each month we are adopting a local nonprofit to whom we donate a percentage of that month’s bottled juice sales.”
Skinny Park Juice is currently supporting The Common Wheel, a local community bike center. During October, Skinny Park Plans to host The Boys and Girls Club Jack Walker Clubhouse.
A popular destination for Franklin and Marshall College students, Skinny Park Juice offers a relaxing and WiFi-equipped setting for quiet reading, studying or hanging out with friends.
“Our customers come from all walks of life,” says Cambell. “Being healthy is universal!”
Visit Skinny Park Juice for a variety of green juice, fruit, vegetable juice and other healthy menu items. For more information, including a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, please visit Skinny Park Juice online at: www.skinnyparkjuice.com.
Relax, recharge and reinvigorate!