Have you checked the map of Susu’s work lately? We are thankful to work in our beautiful community of South Oak Cliff. Why do we PopUp? We are working to launch better business in our neighborhood. We pop-up to test our business model and to create access for our community to quality goods and services. Our goal is to contribute to a healthy business hub model for low-to-mid income neighborhoods.
Pics from the Friday night PopUp Juice Bar in Oak Cliff. Sweet Beets & Sassafras at The Institute for Ancestral Braiding. Soundtrack: Feel Better, World – Ms. Badu
Highlights: Kombucha Mane stopped by and gave samples of his homebrew! It was collard green and mint! Perfect! Indigenous Remedies brought Kava by the gallon. We adorned ourselves with Henna by Jaquai and shined up our new gemstones from Soulistic Wellness. Akwete of Pan African Connection came by and had an N’Dambi Sweet Juice w extra ginger. We took a late night bike ride after the juice bar closed. Shout out to the beautiful Uber riders that make the juice bar one of their Friday night Uber stops! ❤
Naturally Isis‘ Sweet Beets and Sassafras vision for a juice bar is a shared dream in alignment with Susu’s missionto assist in the launch of socially responsible business in the Southern sector of Dallas, Tx. We are excited to make our juicy dreams come true with the launch of this popUp Juice Bar collaboration. Check the video!
“Once in a Blue Moon” is happening right now!! You are invited to celebrate with us this Friday, July 31 from 8 PM to 12 midnight and toast to your health.
Susu is partnering with The Institute for Ancestral Braiding to launch the Sweet Beets & Sassafras Juice Bar! Come sip fresh organic vegetable and fruit juice blends, almond milks sweetened with dates & cinnamon, and brewed teas. You can get a henna tattoo by local artist & yogi, Jaquai Wade and vibe to the beats of DJ Kevin Walker of #BYOV (Bring Your Own Vinyl). Stop by and support your new to-go juice spot! ❤
Moon bathing encouraged! 🙂 txt: 760.933.SUSU(7878) for location