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Vegetable Juice bar

Diana Sep 27, 2007 04:26 PM

emI don't know why, but I'm on a vegetable juice kick. really enjoying my home made cucumber juice. If I get lazy, where are some good places to go for beet, carrot, celery, cucumber, that kinda thing? Not fruit, but veggie.

And I DON'T mean Roebeck's or that other awful chain place.

  1. choctastic Jan 31, 2012 11:32 AM

    Mother's Market does juices to order. I always go there and get a carrot juice and specify lots of kale added. Other fruit/juice blends are available.

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    1. re: choctastic
      SIMIHOUND Jan 31, 2012 05:46 PM

      It may be way outside your area but the Grand Central Market downtown has a great juice bar.


      Grand Central Market
      317 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013

    2. perk Jan 30, 2012 10:08 PM

      Pressed Juicery has a few locations.

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        krynsky Jan 30, 2012 09:22 PM

        I read this whole thread and tried out One Life Natural Foods in Santa Monica which was really good but I also wanted to share another option that wasn't listed here. The Vallarta Supermarkets offer the ability to make a variety of both strict vegetable juices as well as combinations with fruit as well and you can customize them. I had a really nice one this weekend and recommend giving it a try if you get a chance. They're also very reasonable.

        1. Emme Sep 29, 2007 11:58 PM

          The Power Zone on Santa Monica Blvd. in WeHo next to Capitol Drugs and the 24 Hour Fitness... just west of La Cienaga on the south side of the street has a great variety of veggie, fruit, and protein juices and shakes, as well as other health products.

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            Food Good Sep 29, 2007 11:42 AM

            Erewhon does juice fresh, and M Chaya has a small selection of veg juice as well.

            1. Epicure Sep 29, 2007 08:08 AM

              Diana, like you, I am a huge fan of vegetable juice, but I never make it myself (not having the equipment), so I always get it at one of the following three places:
              1. Wild Oats in Santa Monica (I go to the Wilshire one, but I assume the Montana location would have it as well)
              2. Rainbow Acres on Admiralty in the Marina (post office--CPK--Ralph's complex)
              3. Leaf Cuisine on Washington in Culver City (but Valley and WeHo locations must have it, too)
              I don't know what temperature you like to drink vegetable juice, but Leaf's is room temperature (maybe connected to raw foods manifesto???), while the others are cooler.

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              1. re: Epicure
                katkoupai Sep 29, 2007 06:01 PM

                Wild Oats Market in Pasadena (on Lake Ave. and California) also does fresh veggie juices, such as carrot and celery. :)

              2. d
                Diana Sep 28, 2007 08:46 AM

                Thanks for the lead so far, guys!

                1. tatertotsrock Sep 27, 2007 05:02 PM

                  I'm sure I am not gonna spell it right but here I go: Ehrewon on Beverly, just east of Fairfax.
                  I LOVE their juices. They have a Green Giant (I usually will get a shot of ginger added to it) which had parlsey, spinach, carrots, wheat grass, and celery.
                  I also like to get a combo of Carrot, Apple Ginger, and Beet...Yummy!
                  They'll do whatever mixture you like.
                  Oh, and it's all ORGANIC!

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                  1. re: tatertotsrock
                    igj Sep 27, 2007 05:26 PM


                    One of the more annoying names around. It is ALMOST the word nowhere spelled backwards, but it isn't. Decent enough store, but I hate that name.

                    1. re: tatertotsrock
                      amapola Sep 28, 2007 01:06 PM

                      I believe that Erewhon's juices come from the Beverly Hills Juice Club (www.beverlyhillsjuice.com) which has a location on Beverly Blvd.

                      1. re: amapola
                        Diana Sep 28, 2007 01:25 PM

                        I like the sound of the hot tomato tonic!

                        1. re: amapola
                          tatertotsrock Sep 28, 2007 06:21 PM

                          Actually, I'm talking about the juice that they "juice" right ther the moment you order it.
                          I've never ordered anything bottled or packaged from any company.I like to watch my stuff get pulverized on the spot.

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                        igj Sep 27, 2007 04:41 PM

                        You didn't request any specific location, so I am going to suggest the closest one I can think of to me:

                        One Life Natural Foods in Santa Monica, on Main Street.
                        A very granola-y market with a juice bar in the back that does veggies galore.

                        3001 Main St

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                          ITurnedOutTV Sep 27, 2007 04:41 PM

                          I think that Newsroom Cafe should fill that need, though I've never had anything from their juice selection so I can't say for sure.

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