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Sip and Sup: Clover Juice Bar Adding Locations, Plus a Juice Pairing Dinner

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A selection of bottled Clover cold-pressed juices (Lindsay William-Ross/LAist)
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Clover, one of our favorite L.A. juice bars, is expanding their locations and upping their own game with more food offerings and a special juice pairing dinner.First up will be Clover's second location, opening March 11 as a takeaway storefront operating out of The Churchill on 3rd Street. Not only will juice lovers be able to pick up their bottles of cold-pressed juices like The Clover and the Go Big, but also retail Stumptown coffee beans, pastries from Flore Vegan, and salads and snacks from The Churchill's Chef Bruce Kalman. There will be plenty of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options.

Kalman and Clover are teaming up to take juicing to a whole new level during a weeklong run of a special menu pairing the cold-pressed juices with four courses of market-fresh food. The dinners run Tuesday March 19 through Friday March 22 from 5-9 p.m. and is $45 per diner. Guests can enjoy dishes like Maggie’s Farm greens, lamb bacon, preserved Meyer lemon, shaved baby artichokes, and parmigiano reggiano cheese paired with Clover's zingy Gingersnap juice.

Clover also has food and more juice in the works in another part of town, as they prep to take over the annex being vacated by Skylight Books in Los Feliz for their first Clover Cafe. "Expect a health-oriented operation with Clover's cold pressed juices, salads, sandwiches, plus regional craft beer and wine," teases Eater L.A. who also hint there's already a second Clover Cafe in the works.

One last sip of Clover news; the juicery is going to launch their newest seasonal offering on March 18. As winter's sweet and hearty flavors give way to the lightness of spring, The Seasonal--available for about three months--will be a triple citrus & dandelion blend with Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon and Dandelion, and you can get it at both the original Clover on La Brea and the new takeout window at The Churchill.

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