Fresh fruit or vegetable juice has become the symbol of a healthy lifestyle, and some might say these natural drinks are also a bit of a hipster phenomenon nowadays. Therefore, most modern cities have at least a few nice juice bars, many of them specialising in organic juices and offering a variety of healthy products, such as the very popular smoothies.
Before getting into the subject of actual juice bars, it is worth mentioning that most markets have fruit stalls, and often there is fresh juice on offer as well. For example La Boquería, the classic tourist favourite among Barcelona markets has a nice selection of juices. And since nowadays a juice list is somewhat of a necessity for any cafeteria or restaurant that wants to appeal to a hip audience, you do tend to find juices in any modern-looking restaurant. Barcelona is of course known for tapas and meat, along with those small corner coffee bars, but younger consumers many have a different and more international taste. An example of a good restaurant where juices form an important part of the menu is Granja Petitbo, an international eatery on the right side of Eixample.