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Super Juice

Healthy sipping in the Inland Northwest

A sampling of juices from the Wellness Bar. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • A sampling of juices from the Wellness Bar.

9th Street Juice Works

When shots of wheatgrass first came into style in the late '90s, Huckleberry's 9th Street Juice Works was the first place in Spokane to sling them, along with a large selection of replenishing fresh-squeezed juices and smoothies. Today, you can still create your own concoctions and experiment with unique infusions, including spirulina, chlorophyll, ginseng and bee pollen, or order one of their thoughtfully crafted signature drinks. 926 S. Monroe St., Spokane • 624-1349

Liberty Lake Juice Co.

Owners Amy and Jordan Redman were inspired to bring fresh, organic juice and smoothies to Liberty Lake after a trip to Hawaii. All of the juice and smoothie combinations were created and perfected at home by the Redmans, but customers can also build their own blends of fresh fruit and veggies, and smoothies. Top sellers since the juice bar's debut include the acai bowls and the Green Lady — a blend of kale, chard, parsley, romaine, cucumber, pear and lemon. 1334 N. Liberty Lake Rd., Liberty Lake, Wash. • 818-2674

Method

All of Method's juices and smoothies are organic, gluten-free, raw and vegan, and are served in 100-percent compostable containers. If you're in a hurry, grab a bottle of their cold-pressed juice; it's squeezed and bottled each morning. But if you need something more substantial, the Foundation smoothie, made with almond butter, dates, and almond milk, will keep you full for hours. Power bowls (think acai bowls), hearty bowls (rice bowls with tons of veggies and a variety of sauces), and salads round out the menu. 718 W. Riverside Ave., Spokane • 473-9579 • 7704 N. Division St., Spokane • 474-9878

Pilgrim's Market Juice Bar & Smoothie Station

Pilgrim's has poured its commitment to natural and organic foods right into their juice and smoothie bar. If you want to give your next shopping trip a boost, order one of their cold-pressed juices, made fresh each day or make a meal out of one of their many smoothies. 1316 N. Fourth St., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-676-9730

The Wellness Bar

Since opening Coeur d'Alene's first juice bar in July 2014, owners Monica and Tait Engebretsen say they have rapidly expanded from one to three havens for health-conscious Idahoans. Each of these cheery, Instagram-worthy shops has a full menu of cold-pressed juices and smoothies, but we'd be lying if we didn't admit we're a little obsessed with their of acai and pitaya bowls (eight varieties!). 312 Fourth St., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-665-9098 | 8110 N. Government Way, Hayden, Idaho • 208-772-8201 | 900 Hwy. 41 • Post Falls, Idaho • 208-773-6444

The Wellness Tree Juice Bar

Located within a holistic healing center in the up-and-coming South Perry neighborhood, The Wellness Tree's juice bar serves "doctor-inspired superfood ingredients" in the form of fresh and organic juices, smoothies and acai bowls. For those ready to take on a juice cleanse, they even offer one- to three-day cleansing kits. 1025 S. Perry St., Spokane • 598-8558