Huriyali’s first permanent location doesn’t just sell juice-based cleanses: It also sells the beer and wine that might cause someone to consider cleansing in the first place.
In addition to sustainably made (and patio-suitable) booze, the juice producer also is offering sandwiches, salads, smoothies and snacks at its 401 Huger St. headquarters: The opening menu includes avocado toast, acai bowls and a vegetable panini. Prior to settling into its little green cottage, Huriyali used a Johns Island kitchen for cold-pressing.
A farmers market staple for the last few summers, Huriyali belongs to College of Charleston graduates Ruchi Mistry and Tom Fall. According to their website, “We are trying to do the little we can to promote happiness and healthy living by making a nutrient-rich diet accessible to all.”
Mistry and Fall say they try to use as many local ingredients as possible in their elixirs of kale, beets, ginger, lemon, cucumber and jalapenos.
The juice shop is open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturdays. Huriyali is closed Sundays. For more information, call 843-901-6307, or visit huriyali.com.