The Feed first look: The Butcher's Daughter

Nightlife maven Heather Tierney opens a hybrid juice bar and vegetarian "butcher" shop in Nolita.

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  • Photograph: Krista Schlueter

    Juice at the Butcher's Daughter

  • Photograph: Krista Schlueter

    Juice at the Butcher's Daughter

  • Photograph: Krista Schlueter

    Black and white quinoa salad at the Butcher's Daughter

  • Photograph: Krista Schlueter

    Vegetable charcuterie and cheese board at the Butcher's Daughter

  • Photograph: Krista Schlueter

    Beet tartare at the Butcher's Daughter

  • Photograph: Krista Schlueter

    Milk at the Butcher's Daughter

Photograph: Krista Schlueter

Juice at the Butcher's Daughter

Heather Tierney—a former TONY Food & Drink writer—built her rep with buzzy spots Pulqueria and Apothéke, both noteworthy stops on the Fashion Week circuit. Now the nightlife maven turns from witching-hour boozing to daylight revitalization via this hybrid juice bar and vegetarian "butcher" shop, opening November 15th. Chef Joya Carlton (Buvette) serves witty variations on classic carnivore dishes, like a beet tartare, and a "charcuterie" plate featuring a roasted-vegetable terrine, broccoli rillette and cashew ricotta with fig mostarda. Perch at the 16-foot-long bar for one of the colorful concoctions from "juiceologist" Brandi Kowalski. After a long night, reach for a Hang Over Killer, a piña colada–like mixture of coconut water, pineapple juice, yuzu, chili and evening primrose oil. The drinks menu also includes immune-boosting elixir shots (such as wheatgrass), and eye-opening La Colombe Torrefaction coffee, which you can lighten with one of the house-made nut milks. Butcher-block counters, a produce-filled display case and vegetables hanging from meat hooks complete the theme. 19 Kenmare St between Bowery and Elizabeth St (212-219-3434)


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