The Ultimate Guide to Juice Bars in Boston

Juice bars have been the health trend for a long time now. Boston has a great variety of amazing health spots, so it’s easy to find a healthy snack or a post-workout smoothie on the go in just a minute wherever you are. For the last two years, I have been obsessed with nourishing my body with all the vitamins through juices and smoothies. Ever since I moved to Boston, I have been exploring such healthy places, so here is my guide to the best juice bars in the city!

1. Mother Juice

First started as a food truck, and one of my personal favorites, “Mojo” has a great menu of organic plant-based, vegan, gluten-free food, juices and smoothies. They offer lots of cold-pressed juices with organic vegetables and fruits, health shots, smoothies, avocado and almond butter toasts, to-die-for acai bowls, chia pudding, and plant-based salads with quinoa or black rice. They have three locations on Newbury, Boston Public Market, and Kendall Square.

2. Pressed Juicery 

Right across the street from Mother Juice on Newbury, Pressed Juicery has one of the most diverse cold-pressed juice menus I have ever seen. They also have another store right in the heart of Harvard Square. Personally, I usually don’t prefer green juices with lots of fruits, and they offer some with only vegetables for people like me. Also, they are known for their healthy take on the frozen yogurt “The Freeze” with vanilla, matcha, chocolate or strawberry. You can top it with fresh berries, granola, dark chocolate chips, coconut flakes… You can’t believe how tasty it is!

3. Cocobeet

Cocobeet prides itself as “Boston’s original organic juice bar.” They have a small shop in City Hall Plaza at Government Center. All their ingredients are raw, vegan, gluten-free, GMO-free, organic, and locally sourced. My favorite juices and smoothies are Green Genes, Forbidden Juice, Kale Karma and Mocha Espresso. They also have “super-foods.” Please try the vanilla berry chia pudding!

4. Juice Press

New York export Juice Press is one of the largest juice chains with 70+ retail stores all over the country. I believe that they are more than a juicer. They offer a huge variety of drinks, salads, soups, acai bowls, infused waters, and snacks. Also, they produce their own supplements like probiotics and vitamin D3. Aside from their great juices, I love the cold brew almond latte. They have locations in Equinox Seaport, Dartmouth and Franklin Street, and another one in Seaport and on 500 Boylston Street right next to Soul Cycle.

5. Jugos 

I first discovered Jugos when I was taking the T to the Back Bay Station. I did not expect to discover this tiny health spot right at the entrance of the station. I was the happiest when they opened a cafe in South End, Jugos Supremo, that offer amazing coffees, juices, acai bowls, and avo-toasts. They also open a Jugos Pool Club at The Clubs at Charles River Park during the summer!

I have a lot of other recommendations such as Liquiteria in Harvard Square, Pressed on Charles Street, Pure Cold Press in Coolidge Corner, and Thirst Juice Co. at Downtown Crossing. Above are my top and favorite five of all the juiceries I have tried so far! I hope I could have given some ideas to those health gurus out there!

Love,

Lale

 

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