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Vim + Vigor at Number One, Highland Park
The boutique/café serves Vim + Vigor bottled juices, which range from the appropriately named No. 01 (kale, spinach, romaine, celery, cucumber, apple and lemon) to No. 15, a muscle-recovery drink made from cucumber, celery, lemon and stevia.
Our pick: No. 08
An immune-system-boosting blend of orange, grapefruit, watercress, lemon and ginger sure to nip any summer cold in the bud.
Number One, 1 Highland Park Village; facebook.com/NumberOneHP and vimvigorjuice.com
The Gem, Preston Center
This vegetarian/vegan restaurant also has a stable of delicious cold-pressed juices; the Clarity Lemonade (lemon, maple syrup, cayenne and filtered water) sounds like a fad diet but is a refreshing 100-degree-day antidote.
Our pick: The Moonstone
The unusual addition of cashews to this maple syrup, cinnamon, celery, cilantro, spinach, carrot and cucumber concoction makes the juice a satisfying selection.
The Gem, 6030 Luther Lane, Suite 160; insidethegem.com
Real Raw Juice (inside Bodybar), Uptown, Far North Dallas and Plano
Inside this workout studio is an unassuming juice bar that features some standout drinks.
Our pick: Raw Cashew Mylk
This time, cashews are blended with maple syrup, vanilla, coconut butter, cinnamon and sea salt for a creamy drink--the ultimate post-workout reward.
At various area Bodybar locations; bodybarstudios.com/real-raw-menu
Our pick: Green Wave
We like this coconut-water-based beverage, featuring spinach and further sweetened with the addition of pineapple.
The Juice Bar, 5560 W. Lovers Lane, Suite 243; thejuicebardallas.com
Pure Health Lounge, Southlake
This light-eats spot offers paninis, salads and smoothies, but its juices make the drive to Southlake worth it.
Our pick: The Cholesterol Reducer
Though this guy is already made with carrots, ginger, garlic and apples, we like to kick it up a hearty notch with the addition of spinach.
Pure Health Lounge, 1244 Prospect St., Southlake; facebook.com/PureHealthSouthlake
Summer livin’ is easy in North Texas--if you’ve got a backyard pool, a boat or a turbocharged air-conditioning system.
But those of us without the cooler accoutrements will take our refreshments any way we can get them. That means juice, and a lot of it.
We’ve rounded up a list of the best sips in Dallas, from the Moonstone you can get in Preston Center to the Raw Cashew Mylk from area Bodybars that tastes like ice cream. Find them here.
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