Partying is alluring, but the recovery after drinking one too many cocktails can definitely be sobering. Many often swear off alcohol all together. But the best way to deal with the aftermath of a wild night is to recover quickly and there are plenty of juice bars ready to reenergize and infuse you with healthy doses of wheat grass. If you’re stomach is still too fragile, try a massage. The kneading will help boost your circulation and your immune system.

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Richard’s Fruit Center

124 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33132
(305) 329-4197
*No Website*

The power of the pear milk shake is what draws the Downtown office workers into Richard’s Fruit Center. The 16-oz. pear shake will run you about $2.50. Other favorites include the mango, strawberry and papaya smoothie. And, yes, the business is named after its owner Richard. The fructose will likely help you boost your energy levels.

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The Honey Tree

5138 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33137
*No Website*
(305) 759-1696

The organic supermarket has also carved out a spot where thirsty, nutrient-deprived customers can find an oasis rich with organic fruits ready to be blended to create a healthy drink. Locals often refer to this as a place where the “food rocks” and where people can meet other like-minded individuals. It’s also a great place to just sit back and enjoy one of the healthy juice blends.

Way back when, Whole Foods was one lonely store in 1980, and also home sweet home to owners John Mackey and Rene Lawson. They even used the dishwasher as a shower. (Credit:Getty Images)

Whole Foods Supermarket

(several locations)
2000 N Federal Hwy.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305

This is an obvious stop for any hungover soul. The organic food supermarket features a juice bar that includes wheat grass and a variety of smoothies. Most stores also offer tables and chairs welcoming those who want to dine-in. If you’re stomach is up for it, the supermarket also offers cooked foods from eggplant lasagna to a large selection of soups.

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Uhma Spa Shop

726 6th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 695-0996

Using only organic and natural oils, Uhma offers a staff of licensed massage therapists to soothe away the stress by kneading through the tough spots. By using a variety of pressure – from light to deep – the therapists also use aromatherapy to relieve tension, discomfort and pain on your back. The menu of options ranges from $65 back and shoulders to a 90-minute deep touch massage for $165.

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Myra & Company

7313 S.W. 59th Court
South Miami, FL 33143

This family-owned spa has been in business for more than 20 years. That’s thanks to the spa treatments that include Ayurvedic therapies that are based on centuries old treatments aimed at restoring your body’s natural balance by treating the hair and scalp to gentle drippings of warm oil. Massage therapists often use oils, herbs and aromas to help reduce tension. Therapists also offer a 50-minute face massage using oatmeal.

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