Nov 27 2017

Sorted Under: Press
Originally written by Mary Demaio for Long Island Pulse on October 24, 2017

A new bar is set to open in Patchogue late this fall, but without the presumed booze. Instead, the crown jewels will be juices, smoothies and acai bowls. Called NOLE “Natural Organic Life Experience” Cafe, the place will focus on helping people re-energize and rejuvenate.

“NOLE will be the go to place for all things health and wellness,” said local resident Mackenzie Miller, who is opening the spot with business partner Bob Venero. “We want our customers to be healthy in body [and] strong in mind.”

From the moment visitors step inside, there will be plenty of opportunity to take in the positive energy. Through natural, earthy finishes like rustic wood, tons of plants and comfy café tables, the space will exude calmness.

Aside from the aforementioned juices, smoothies and acai bowls, NOLE’s menu will also feature chopped salads and several flavored smoothie bowls. One to look out for is the cacao-nut bowl made with organic cacao, which is loaded with heart healthy antioxidants that have the potential to prevent heart disease and lower cholesterol. Another to keep on your radar is the bikini bottom made with mango, coconut milk, strawberry, pineapple and banana. And for an extra kick it will be topped with honey, granola, goji berries, chia seeds and coconut flakes. There will also be an array of organic and exotic teas and coffees imported from places like Mexico, Puerto Rico, Bali and Australia.

Expect to also find vitamins, supplements and herbal products. And whenever a health question arises, there will be health coaches on site to help guide people.

“There is no one diet fits all type of plan. Everyone is different. Everyone has different dietary needs, beliefs and wants. Our health coaches [will] tailor individualized wellness programs to each client’s primary foods, relationships, exercise, career and spirituality.”

NOLE Cafe will be located at 90 East Main Street.