There's some questionable health talk around juices and smoothies. Do they contain plenty of vitamins and minerals? Yep. Does that make them a magical cure-all? Nah.

But whatever your stance, we can all agree that a good blended drink is tasty and refreshing. These spots are proof. If they don't have a diverse, made-to-order selection, then they've zeroed in on a few knock-out combinations that keep the regulars coming back over and over.

Soul Press


Smoothies in Brighton, Edithvale and Mornington.

265 Nepean Highway, Edithvale

Vegie Bar


Power-up with açai, spirulina, hemp, maca and almost anything else you can think of.

380 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

Heal.Thy Self Co.


Heal yourself. With a smoothie.

26 Ballarat Street, Yarraville

Serotonin Eatery


Melbourne's first "happiness cafe".

52 Madden Grove, Burnley

Combi Coffee


Take a walk and drink your smoothie on Elwood Beach.

Shop 1 140 Ormond Road, Elwood

Green Cup


600 millilitres to go, please.

593 Chapel Street , South Yarra

Happy Place


From bestselling author and nutritionist Lola Berry.

Stall 56 South Melbourne Market, Corner of Cecil and Coventry Streets, South Melbourne

Pachamama Wholefoods


Cap off your weekly grocery shop with a fresh juice.

74-78 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Mavis the Grocer


On weekends the blender barely stops whizzing.

197 Vere Street, Abbotsford

Jungle Juice


Great juice without the health and wellness preaching.

20 Centre Place, Melbourne

Cocomama’s Juices & Smoothies


Perhaps Melbourne's only Kosher-certified juices and smoothies.

1C Staniland Grove, Elsternwick

Nutrition Bar


Green smoothies and protein shakes for after the gym.

121 Swan Street, Richmond



Order the simple Biggie Smalls (banana, coconut, almonds, cacao) and a bliss ball to take home.

817 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn