Serving up locally-produced, cold-pressed juices, stimulating pick-me-ups, conscious eats, and creative cocktails, in addition to offering a plethora of community-oriented programming around health, community and entertainment, YesJuice’s first iteration will be a six month pop-up in SHOWFIELDS, an interactive curator of art and retail, located at 530 Lincoln Road.
Julieanna Goddard, the well-known Miami-based entrepreneur, media personality and lifestyle guru, is delighted to bring her latest venture, YesJuice, to life in the heart of the city that she calls home this Saturday, May 1 at 12 p.m.. Goddard, who goes by YesJulz on social media, has brought together a team of local experts to support her vision of creating a platform and space that would foster the values of health, community and entertainment.
As Miami continues its post-pandemic resurgence, the opening of YesJuice marks a new era for Lincoln Road and the Magic City as a whole. YesJuice’s first iteration will be a six month pop-up in SHOWFIELDS, an interactive curator of art and retail, located at 530 Lincoln Road. Embracing the SHOWFIELDS ethos of bringing together the most mission-driven, design-oriented, innovative, unconventional, and relevant brands, artists and communities from around the globe, YesJuice is more than just a place to eat or drink, it’s an energy and a lifestyle that encourages people to tap into their own inner “juice” through connection, networking and influence.
“YesJuice truly is a direct translation of my current lifestyle. As Miami changes and grows, so have I,” said Goddard. “I’m still all about having fun but let’s do it in a healthy and productive way. I’ve created a space on one of the most iconic streets in Miami that I believe is a true reflection of the growing creative community. I want to see more homegrown local businesses on this block which is why I chose to invest here. It’s also another way for me to give back, connect and share my journey as a young entrepreneur with all those in the city who continue to support me.”
With indoor and outdoor seating, YesJuice’s menu will offer locally-produced, cold-pressed 12 oz. bottled juices curated by Goddard herself, stimulating pick-me-ups, conscious eats, and creative cocktails, as well as a juice-inspired streetwear capsule collection by After School Special. Aiming to elevate local businesses around Miami, Goddard has brought in some of her favorite mission-driven minority and female-owned vendors such King Patty, Indulge Mia, Nabati and Melting Hippie Products. Guests and fans can expect more limited edition collaborations and “drops” for special food, drink and retail items over the course of the pop-up. Encouraging people to come together to connect and share ideas, YesJuice will also host weekly and monthly programming around music, wellness, charity and education.
Made locally in Miami, YesJuice’s signature drinks come in four unique, highly mixable, blends inspired by Goddard’s belief in natural ingredients and conscious consumption ($10 each). YesJuice! is designed for motivation and energy, Pay Attention for work and focus, You Up? to chill out and wind down, and Never Drinking Again for recovery. All flavors come in biodegradable bottles. For the food menu, YesJuice will offer a selection of light, health-conscious snacks such as the Jackfruit Samosa ($4.50), 305 Avocado Toast ($15) and the No Cap Wrap ($16), as well as vegan offerings like a Mex-iterranean Dip ($10), Mayan Hummus ($10), and Let’s Go!-zpacho ($9).
As of Saturday, May 1, YesJuice will be open from Monday-Thursday from 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., and Friday-Sunday from 12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
About Julieanna Goddard
Miami native Julieanna Goddard, aka Yes Julz, built her career as a connector; hosting events, scouting musical talent and creating memorable brand experiences on behalf of her clients and partners. In 2017, The New York Times deemed Yes Julz “SnapChat Royalty” and that year she was also included in Forbes “30 Under 30” list. Goddard continues to expand her influence as a trend and thought-leader and is an active philanthropist, lending her time and talents to several local Miami-based community organizations. One of her greatest accomplishments is building three music studios for underprivileged youth through Little Rascals, Goddard’s non-profit foundation.