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Notes: New juice bar in Old Town opening on Monday

Good Friday morning, Alexandria!

Today’s weather: Light rain until evening. High of 47 and low of 35.
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High of 46 and low of 35. Sunrise at 6:27 am and sunset at 6:11 pm.

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A juice bar uprooted from Fairfax by a highway widening is opening its new home on King Street this Monday, Patch reported.

Zen Press, a wellness-focused juice bar and cafe, is opening at 806 King Street, formerly the Galt & Bro. jewelry store.

Patch reported that Zen Press’ owner said the pushed out of 8120 Richmond Highway by the Richmond Highway widening project, expanding the arterial road from four to six lanes.

The juice bar offers a variety of juices along with healthy breakfast and brunch sandwiches and bowls.

Photo viaΒ Zenn Press/Instagram

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