Looking for a fresh juice or smoothie on the go? Check out these options in Spokane, Post Falls, and Coeur d’Alene.

Method Juice Café now has two locations in Spokane at North Division and downtown on Riverside Ave. They are a 100% organic juice, smoothie, and snack bar inspired by co-owner Nick Murtos’ travels to larger cities like New York and Los Angeles. While visiting juice bars and organic cafes, he discovered the difference plant-based, fresh foods made in his energy and focus. He eventually became vegan and opened Method with business partner Tyler Lafferty. Method offers bottled juice cleans kits in addition to their regular menu of smoothies, cold pressed juices, acai bowls, Bulletproof coffee, salads, rice bowls, and a few plates. Try the gluten-free vegan cookie dough on a stick for a simple sweet treat, or recover after a ride with The Natural Smoothie and an added shot of Collagen Protein.

The Wellness Bar was an idea that sprang out of the now-shuttered North Idaho Wellness Magazine. Owner Monica Lang Engebretsen had a long-standing desire to bring together community, health, and delicious foods. She and Tait Engebretsen opened the first Wellness Bar in downtown Coeur d’Alene in July 2014. Today, they have additional locations in Post Falls, Hayden and northern Coeur d’Alene and will soon be launching a WellŸness Bar truck. The Wellness Bar also offers juice cleanse packages, but they have truly made a name for themselves with their acai and pitaya bowls. Start your day right with their Harvest Bowl or finish off a hike with their The Green Seed super smoothie, packed with protein, good fats, and drop of honey. //