Our 5 Favorite Long Beach Juice Bars
Juices and smoothies are a popular go-to beverage for many Long Beach residents. We love them because not only are they refreshing and delicious, but they are very healthy as well. Here are some of our favorite local Long Beach juice bars, menu options that you should definitely try, and insider tips for personalizing your order.
2225 East Broadway
(562) 433 - 4100
Tru Nature is a great locally owned and operated juice and smoothie shop that locals rave about. Their menu features acai bowls, pitaya bowls, smoothies, juices, and wellness shots. Inside the shop is small but welcoming with colorful murals covering the walls and the staff is always friendly. One of the fan favorites for acai bowls is the Buddha Belly Bowl which has acai, blueberry, banana, almond butter, dark chocolate almond milk, and dark chocolate. You also can't go wrong with the Green Goddess, but make sure to have them add extra ginger. Also, if you do free yoga on the bluff at 11:00 AM, you can get $1 off your order.
145 Linden Ave.
(562) 901 - 3016
Revive Juice Bar is nicely tucked into Downtown Long Beach right next to the Blind Donkey. We love this spot because they have both a student discount and a happy hour. Show your student ID and enjoy 20% off, or visit between 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM, or 6:00 PM - close and take 20% off as well. Their menu includes fruit juices, vegetable juices, shots, smoothies, and bowls. The most popular item is definitely the PB Bowl which is acai or pitaya with organic peanut butter, mixed berries, and bananas, topped with granola, strawberries, bananas, cacao, graham cracker crumbs, honey, and cinnamon with a peanut butter ring on the bottom.
1944 E. 4th Street
(562) 528 - 8444
4918 E. 2nd Street
(562) 439 - 6000
Salud is another locally owned and operated juice business that started with one woman's passion for juicing. Founder Angela Almaguer first experienced the health benefits of juicing for herself, she then started making jars of juice for coworkers, family, and friends, and finally had so many requests for her juice that she was able to start a delivery service and now a retail store. We love Salud because they are all about supporting locally sourced Long Beach ingredients. You can't go wrong with the Lolita or the Indian Summer, and their Almond Milk is outstanding as well.
246 E. 3rd Street
(562) 912 - 4281
Rainbow Juices has those tall jar shaped containers you may have seen people carrying around with their signature rainbow dots. Rainbow Juices also started with a passion for delicious and living foods, and also a passion to educate and serve their community. At first, they were only sold in stores, but now there is a brick and mortar location in Downtown Long Beach, and even a raw food cafe expansion called Under the Sun right next door. Their menu includes an extensive offering of juices, milks, tonics, cleanses, juice packs, and raw foods. Their cleanses stand out from the pack because you have a lot of options, and the variety will keep you feeling alert and energized.
2125 N. Bellflower Blvd.
(562) 494 - 2888
Yago Juice is bound and determined to provide the highest quality raw/living juice to their community. They are also dedicated to supporting local Long Beach organic and non-GMO farmers. Their juices are all pressed which yields up to 40% more nutrients than centrifuged juice. All of their menu items have fun names like Ginger Red Man, Gimme a Beat, and Winter in Long Beach. Fans are definitely obsessed with their Acai Bowls - and if you love granola you are in luck because they put it both on the bottom of the container and use it as a topping.