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Breakfast menu + fresh squeezed juices (apple, orange, grapefruit, etc.) = ???

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Looking for a breakfast restaurant in the LA area that also freshly squeezes their juices to order.

Should have at least orange, apple and grapefruit "on tap" (for lack of a better term)

Not looking for a juice bar.

Pref. in the 213, 626, 310, 818.

Thanks.

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  1. Fresh Orange & Grapefruit, but no Apple and not for the budget minded:

    http://www.beverlyhillshotel.com/the-...

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    1. re: JBC

      Yes, of course. Hotel restaurants would be a good option. How could I forget. Thanks.

    2. Cafe Verde serves fresh-squeezed OJ and grapefruit juice, but I don't think they do it to order...just that morning. Julienne's menu mentions "fresh citrus juice." It's been a while, so I can't remember if it's done to order.

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      Cafe Verde
      961 E Green St, Pasadena, CA 91106

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      1. re: Jack Flash

        Re: Julienne.

        It's not. Sometimes it's not even squeezed on the premises.

      2. Had the most delicious freshly squeezed juices (orange and grapefruit) at the Farm Shop in Brentwood.

        1. Although pricey, $8.95, the GOBLET of fresh squeezed OJ at Pacific Dining Car (Downtown location) was the biggest, best, and most expensive OJ I have ever had. They also have grapefruit and tomato. And...while we are at it, may I also suggest:
          EGGS HUSSARDE ~
          Poached eggs served over Canadian bacon, English muffin halves and a rich marchand de vin sauce topped with hollandaise sauce. If the teriffic hollandaise wasn't enough, marchand de vin is a red wine beef stock reduction with shallots etc. VERY GOOD!

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          Pacific Dining Car
          1310 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

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          1. re: orythedog

            wow, that sounds like richness on top of richness.

          2. Casual, delicious & healthy--M Cafe (either Melrose or Bev Hills branch)