The next time you’re in a rush, here’s where you can grab a quick and healthy bite to eat, all while supporting local businesses.
2920 M St. NW and 762b Walker Rd., Great Falls, Virginia
Denise Hicks started Postmodern Foods in 2012 in Great Falls, Virginia, and expanded to a second location in Georgetown this year. The juice shop and grab-and-go food business is organic, vegan, raw and gluten-free.
Hicks makes all of the cold-pressed juices — which range from kale to carrot to watermelon — out of her Great Falls kitchen. The Natural Gourmet Institute grad also oversees the food menu, which includes a massaged kale salad, Korean walnut-pea “sushi,” and raw doughnut holes. (Courtesy Postmodern Foods)
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