Many different smoothies and combinations of juice are available here. This isn't Jamba Juice, this is real local fruit and food. You might pay a few more bucks, but it's entirely worthwhile. We split the Tropic Thunder, a smoothie containing orange juice, pineapple, mango, strawberry with coconut juice. There's a few different boosts to add to your smoothie, Josh suggested coconut. So delicious. Next time I'll experiment with the juices; they all looked amazing.
Pulp is located directly inside of City Creek Gym. It's not the scene for a leisurely lunch with friends, but it's ideal for a quick healthy bite. They offer paninis and house made soup and everything on the menu is vegetarian - a welcome addition to Salt Lake's vegetarian and vegan options.
The paninis are made on a wholesome muli-grain bread. They're not humungous sandwiches, oozing to many ingredients. They're a reasonable size for a healthy lunch so you won't fall asleep at your desk. I ordered the Tuscan Panini with provolone, tomato, yummy pesto and roasted red peppers. It was absolutely perfect dipped into the Tomato soup. Just lovely!
Tomato soup is a great addition to the menu. The soup changes everyday, and it's always vegetarian and made with fresh, local ingredients.
Pulp is the ideal place to stop by for a quick nutritious lunch or drink with local ingredients. Lunch including soup and a sandwich will only set you back $8! That's cheaper than fast food!