Camille Styles

Entertaining With

Juice Society’s Danielle Sobel

October 20th, 2016

My favorite stories in our Entertaining With series have one thing in common: when the hostess is having every bit as much fun as her guests, it shows. After many mutual friends told us we had to meet, Juice Society founder Danielle Sobel and I finally bonded over omelettes at Elizabeth Street Café, and I was immediately impressed by her boundless energy and the passion she’s put towards building her wellness brand. Then I found out about Flycatcher Farms, the 6.2 acre organic farm the 26-year-old purchased with her fiancé last spring, and well — mind totally blown. Between running the café, growing the brand, and working on the farm (home to a 3500 sq ft greenhouse, a pond, and animals) Danielle seems to have more hours in the day than the average human. But she miraculously found time to host brunch for a few wellness-minded girl friends and invited us to peek in on how she squeezes in time for fun… and manages to do it all so deliciously. Keep scrolling for the details on Danielle’s vegan brunch.

*photos by kate zimmerman

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6 Comments under :: Juice Society’s Danielle Sobel
  1. Amy says:

    Wow, what an inspiring woman! And the brunch looks amazing- can I come next time? 😉

    XOXO, Amy @ Jeans and a Tea

  2. Annie says:

    Hi Camille,

    On a side note ;), I am just curious if you have ever written about how you started your blog, what made you decide to, and what led you down this path? As a young professional with aspirations to potentially blog, I find your work inspiring and would love to know more about your journey to where you are now.

    Cheers! And love from Austin,

  3. karin says:

    Just another note (don’t want to be too critical) but tomatoes in the fridge?

  4. Kyranna says:

    Such an inspiring post + I love how simple + minimal the food spread was. It was beautiful! I definitely want to try the vegan ceviche. xo

  5. Helen says:

    You can make your own fruits and vegetable concentrate. For e.g. Carrots. Use a food processor machine and strain or grate the carrots and strain. We can all live healthy. We just have to make the products that our bodies need suitable for our consumption.

  6. I’d love to be a guest at one of her dinner parties! Love the healthy options and gorgeous spreads. Might have to rethink some of my “heavier” platters for my guests.

    Angela / Blush & Pearls

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