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Juice Served Here Abandons All Retail Locations Citywide Overnight

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Is the pressed juice wave dying in Los Angeles?

A Juice Served Here location
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

It looks like the end of an era for the standalone Juice Served Here shop, as the company has, without warning, pulled the plug on every one of their physical storefronts. It’s unclear if the company will continue to operate in the wholesale and online space.

A tipster wrote in earlier this week to say that Juice Served Here had walked away unceremoniously from their Pasadena location overnight. That space is now confirmed to be locked up tight, while the company’s West Third Street outlet is similarly dark. It even carries an official shutter notice on the front door, though the space itself has been otherwise untouched by cleanup or construction crews.

Eater has also learned that the third local location of Juice Served Here, at Platform in Culver City, has closed, with rumors abounding about the company’s plans to stay in business at all moving forward. Previously the company held space in Venice, Century City, and Studio City as well, but those outlets had previously been scrubbed from the corporate website. That said, as of yesterday Verve was still carrying the company’s juice bottles, and employees hadn’t heard anything from management about plans to stop.

A closed sign at the West Third Street location
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Eater reached out several times to Juice Served Here, but has yet to receive a response back. The company has not posted publicly on social media since December 11. Got more info on what, if anything, is to come? Hit the tipline or the comments section below.