Sacramentans now have a new destination to get their daily fresh fruit and veggie fix. Liquidology Bar, an East Sacramento juicery, offers healthy beverages out of its new shop located at 46th and H streets—and our team couldn’t be more excited!
Liquidology exclusively offers nutrition-packed cold-pressed juices in two sizes. “The health benefits mind-blowing,” says the petite and spunky owner, Jules Braun, a former health and nutrition consultant who began the business with Jeff Greco. To complement these amazing juices, Liquidology also features raw items prepared by Brooke Preston, the proprietor and chef of The Green Boheme, the Sacramento area’s only fully raw eatery. Preston supplies some of her restaurant’s most popular dishes, such as a BLT-inspired sandwich made with dehydrated zucchini “bacon,” portabella-stuffed enchiladas, and açaí berry bowls. Our favorite treat is the zucchini “pasta” ribbons.
Designed in sustainably-chic fashion, using charcoal grays with touches of marble and reclaimed wood, the new establishment boasts a cool, urban feeling and is in walking distances from many homes and businesses. Visitors can enjoy cold-pressed organic juices by the bottle in flavors like Pistol Pete—which incorporates ingredients like watermelon rind, pineapple and mint—and Sacramento Harvest—which is made from a rotating mixture of seasonal produce from local growers like Del Rio Botanical in West Sacramento. Other healthy drinks, such as flower waters and nut milks, are available as well.
Made by slowly pulverizing mounds of freshly picked, often local ingredients, cold-pressed juices have become the newest healthy-eating trend to infiltrate the region, resulting in a small handful of other shops like Sun & Soil in midtown and El Dorado Hill’s Soulstice Juice—a fitting movement given Sacramento’s farm-to-fork stardom.