It's warming up again around LA and even though we lost an hour of sleep on Sunday, more sunlight and hotter weather is on the horizon. So, as you're active around town, grab a juice and revitalize your body with fruits, veggies, and nutrients in liquid form. From old school juice bars like Beverly Hills Juice Club to eclectic juice bars like Moon Juice, there is something energetic and healthy here for everyone.Read More
19 Essential Los Angeles Juice Bars
Los Angeles does not lack in the cold-pressed juice department. Here’s where to get them around town.
Beverly Hills Juice Club
This is LA’s original juice bar that started forty years ago. Its loyal customers keep Beverly Hills Juice running. The Banana Manna Shakes are super popular here. Manna is a vegan alternative ice cream made from just two organic raw ingredients, banana plus your choice of juice.
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Clover works to showcase a progressive combination of nutritional products that promote health and wellness, all sourced from local purveyors. Options here include raw cold-pressed juices, made to order smoothies, wellness shots, kombucha on tap, Stumptown coffee, sandwiches and salads as well as vegan, gluten-free baked goods. For a day’s worth of vitamins and minerals, try the go big featuring beet, kale, carrot, apple, wheatgrass, lemon and ginger.
Eagle Rock Juice Company
This boutique juice shop in Eagle Rock has delicious juices that are 100% organic and raw. Check out the After Last Night featuring: apple, beet, cucumber spinach, parsley, ginger, burdock, cayenne, oil of oregano, and sea salt. You’ll feel better in no time. Bring the glass back and get a discount on your next juice.
Green Grotto Juice Bar
With burgeoning downtown, Green Grotto is one of the newest juice additions in DTLA. Besides the warm and friendly customer service, and its delicious juices, Green Grotto offers free wifi and charging stations. Try the happiness shot or the nice fibes drink, which incorporates kale, banana, pineapple, mango and cinnamon. Also, remember to try the Jamaican-style patties for a snack!
With locations spread throughout Los Angeles, Juice Crafters is the perfect place to find delicious, colorful juices bursting with freshly ripened fruits and vegetables and rich in vitamins, minerals and enzymes to strengthen your heath and metabolism. One popular choice is the Fresh & Clean #11, great for muscle and nerve support as well as reducing body fat and cholesterol. It is 16 ounces of cold-pressed apple, watermelon, carrot & ginger.
Juice Served Here
You can find Juice Served Here with a brick and mortar around town, or as a vendor at gyms, or most recently inside Verve Coffee downtown. There, you can try a 10-juice flight for $8, if you can’t decide on just one. Otherwise, they have an array of different juices with fun names. If you’re feeling like a baller, there’s a $20 juice, which incorporates the cream party with a beauty boost, honey, vanilla bean, bee pollen and colloidal silver.
With numerous locations, including Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Abbot Kinney, Kreation features a variety of healthy foods and juices made with farmers market-sourced 100% organic fruits and veggies. For vitamin B, immunity and metabolic booster, try the sassy juice, featuring watermelon, lemon and cayenne. The perfect and refreshing drink for a hot day.
One of the more eccentric juice bars in town, Moon Juice offers crystals, sex milk and seaweed. With tons of options, check out the beauty tonic; elderberry immunity cup; or for something more substantial, try the vanilla fig featuring almond milk, vanilla bean, Turkish figs, lacuma and wildflower honey.
Bringing SoCal residents locally grown high quality organic ingredients delivered daily, Naturewell makes for a great healthy juice option. All ingredients are raised pesticide-free. The menu boasts a variety of delicious juice options, including the Life Line, comprised of Acai, apple, beet, blueberries and grapes. Stop in for a refreshing juice and/or check out Naturewell's variety of organic bulk food items and even frozen treats like vegan ice cream and cones.
Nékter Juice Bar
With multiple locations, Nekter is one of the more affordable juice bars. Try the glow, which features carrot, parsley, kale, spinach, celery, lemon and ginger. Your skin will have a flushed and refreshed look after drinking. Also, don’t forget to try one of the awesome acai bowls that won’t break the bank.
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Open Source Organics
With two locations, Open Source Organics is really popular with their juices and vegan snacks. Get the Joy Juice or a combination of juice shots. If you're starting to feel sick, the recovery tonic or the recovery shot featuring lemon, ginger, cilantro, beets and zeolites will kick you right back into gear.
With many locations, Orchard Flats has pressed juices and cleanses that every palate will enjoy. Check out the Healthy Greens 5, which has spinach, romaine, cucumber, grapes, pear and honey. This juice is a part of the Honey Bee Line of Juices. They donate a portion of each sale to Honey Bee Research.
Situated in Grand Central Market, Press Brothers is a great addition in the food haven that is GCM. The organic cold-pressed juice to get here is the liquid gold, which has the perfect combo of sweet and sour and features pineapple, lemon, mint, and apple. Otherwise, try the drop acid, which entails cucumber, apple, arugula, lemon, parsley, cilantro and habanero, for that spicy finish.
Popular and well known for it's fresh, delicious juice cleanse options, Pressed Juicery provides a winning combination of farm fresh produce, winning tastes and simple ingredients that cater to a nutritious and healthy lifestyle Angelenos strive to maintain. The refreshing juices are tailored for all taste buds and lifestyles, with a rich menu full of seasonals and staples, customers can choose from popular green juice options, roots, citrus, fruit based, or one of Pressed Juicery's signature choices, like the Brazil Nut, with dates, kale, romaine, sea salt, spinach, vanilla bean and of course, brazil nuts. For a seasonal option, try one with navel orange, turmeric, fuji apple and lemon.
Rejuice in Santa Monica, is another great juice spot. Besides juices, they have healthy farm to table vegan dishes that they make to order. The organic cold-pressed juices here are standard like the kale, apple, lemon, ginger, and celery or you can try a smoothie with banana, date, vanilla, rice milk, and of course, vegan sun warrior protein. What really shines here is the delicious almond milk.
DTLA favorite, Sustain Juicery has an extensive menu with prices that won’t break the bank. From detoxifying juices to whole fruit smoothies to power shots and wellness cocktails, there is something for everyone. For something simple the koko is a popular choice, consisting of coconut water, kale, lemon and apple. For something filling, check out the morning glory smoothie, featuring banana, oats, peanuts, flax, pepitas cinnamon and apple.
The Google-challenged named juicery is in Atwater Village (and Highland Park) and is a favorite among locals. The popular here is the strawberry, apple and coconut one and you can add vegan ice cream to it to make it into a smoothie. Be prepared to splurge because the smoothies can cost up to $13.
The Punch Bowl
This hip juice bar in Los Feliz owes its beginnings to a health-conscious couple from Brooklyn, who created it to be a peaceful, stress free environment where people can relax, listen to good music, and enjoy delicious, nutrient-rich juices and foods. Raw, organic, and 100% vegan, The Punch Bowl offers an assortment of refreshing juices and shakes to liven up the day. Try the Wonder Greens, consisting of kale, lime, mint, romaine, cucumber and celery, or spice it up a notch with the Spark Plug, with turmeric, pineapple, ginger, apple, lemon, and cayenne.
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Besides it being a fun name to say, Totes Juice has exciting juices like the YOLO, which includes wheatgrass, beets, carrots, celery, parsley and apple. They make all their almond milks in house too, so try the mylky way with dates, carob, cinnamon, salt and reverse osmosis water. Go around 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. for happy hour and get $1 off.