L.A.'s oldest juice bar, the Beverly Hills Juice Club has been squeezing the nutrient-rich moisture out of fresh fruits and vegetables for its health-conscious clientele since 1975. Despite its name, the Juice Club is actually a nonexclusive, open-to-the-public sort of operation, provided said public brings cash to trade for juice. There are seasonal specials (Cheremoya, Tangerine) in addition to old standards (Triple Lemon Ginger, Carrot Coconut and the infamous and fiery Hot Tomato Tonic), but the hands-down shining star is the Orange Coconut. Made with perfect proportions of fresh-squeezed orange juice and coconut cream, it's at once sweet, sour, creamy and orgasmic. The Juice Club also serves fresh wheatgrass, E3Live (for those drawn to the experience of licking the algae-riddled bottom of a micro-organism-dense lake) and its own homemade raw ice cream, made from either raw sunflowers or almonds. 8382 Beverly Blvd., Beverly Hills. (323) 655-8300, beverlyhillsjuice.com. —Dani Katz

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