A plan to make sure juice bars aren’t too juicy, but sell nothing stronger than juice, has been approved by the Legislature. In the law they’re called “adult cabarets,” but they’re better known as juice bars, places that are allowed to have adult entertainment – in other words strippers – and sell non-intoxicating beer. The bill sent to Governor Bob Holden makes sure the strippers are not high school kids by setting a minimum age for performers at 19 and bans alcohol, even three-two beer, from being sold there. The same bill allows restaurants serving liquor to begin serving as early as 9 o’clock Sunday mornings. The limit is now 11. But communities have the right to keep the Sunday serving time at 11.