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Ms. Bee’s Adds Second Location on Clay St.

May 01, 2021 10:00AM ● By Shay Wilson

Ms. Bee’s Juice Bar & Café - 114 W Brookland Park Blvd, Richmond, VA has opened a second location at 1015 East Clay Street in Richmond’s historic Valentine Museum. As the winner of the Main Course competition presented by the Richmond Metropolitan Business League (MBL) in partnership with The Valentine Museum, Richmond Black Restaurant Experience and Hatch Kitchen RVA, Ms. Bee’s Juice Bar & Café became The Valentine cafe space’s newest tenant with two years rent-free. 

Owner and local realtor, Brandi Battle-Brown, noticed how the museum lacked healthy food options for its downtown patrons and knew that Ms. Bee’s Juice Bar & Café could fill that need with its cold press juices, fresh smoothies, vegan-friendly food options, nourishing soups, house-brewed teas and wellness shots. The latest juice Brown will premiere in the new location is the “Heart Beet”. Popular options at their main Brookland Park location include the Turkey Club & Panini and the vegan-based VLT Sandwich. All food items are gluten-, soy-, dairy- and sugar-free.

Brown transformed her road to recovery after a personal health scare into a business and lifestyle that embraces healthy living practices, for herself and others. In the future, she wants to impact the Richmond community further by selling juices in the wholesale market.


Main location: 114 W. Brookland Park Blvd. For more information, visit