Charlie's Raw Squeeze

Everton Park

Charlie's Raw Squeeze is an old-fashioned fruit and veg shop with an organic superfood twist, with outlets in both Everton Park and Greenslopes.

This is the place to stop in for organic Elixir coffee, Nice cream, superfood smoothies, cold-pressed juices, and acai bowls.

Charlies Raw Squeeze Everton Park

Seating at Charlie's is venue-appropriate, with chairs and tables made from recycled pallets and comfy hessian cushions. Charlie's Raw Squeeze offers an impressive range of guilt-free paleo treats such as Cherry Ripe, Snickers, Mars, and Top Deck Slices.

Charlies Raw Squeeze Everton Park

Squeeze Bowls come in a rainbow of flavors such as dragonfruit (pictured), acai, peanut butter or green. Each bowl comes overflowing with seasonal fruit, and tastes so clean and delicious. Pop-in at lunchtime for a raw taco (pictured), squeeze balls, vegan wraps or chia puddings.

Charlies Raw Squeeze Everton Park

Nice to know - Parents, be sure to visit during kid's happy hour (2-4pm*) to make the most of the specials from the kids menu and colouring in sheets.

Need to know - Charlie's Raw Squeeze also has an outlet at 47 Old Cleveland Rd Greenslopes.

By Lucy Hordern

Charlie's Raw Squeeze

473 South Pine Rd

Everton Park

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