This Summer try out one of Boston’s new juice bars for a green juice or banana and berry smoothie for a fresh snack instead of a Fenway frank. Boston’s dining scene is quickly rising to the top, and in addition to the fine-dining lineup, there are also a number of incredible juice bars to try in each neighborhood. Check out our must-try favorites below.
1. Jugos Boston
This juice bar has become a Boston staple with two outposts in the city: one in Back Bay and one in the South End. The South End is the original location and offers a variety of juices and healthy small bites while Jugos Supremo in the Back Bay serves up juice in addition to meals such as avocado toast and salads.
2. Squeeze Juice Bar
This juice bar has locations multiple locations in Downtown, in Back Bay, the Seaport, and Assembly Row. A few more are slated to open soon in Somerville and South Station as well, providing the perfect spot to grab a customized juice with protein enhancers such as ginseng, creatine, or yogurt on the go. Some of the Boston gyms such as Healthworks even have a Squeeze location inside.
Pro-tip: Try the ‘Endless Summer’ juice made with watermelon, strawberry, apple, and ginger.
3. Nourish Your Soul
This cute little juice bar has locations in Medford and Winchester offers a variety of freshly made cold-pressed juices, acaį bowls, toasts, smoothies, and more. They also offer a detox juice program that can even be delivered to your door.
4. Juice Press
This NYC West Village chain has finally expanded to Boston and we’re here for it. Juice Press is a favorite among celebrities alike for their delicious juices, cold brew coffee, and power bowls. Stop by one of the locations in Back Bay, Chestnut Hill, Financial District, or the Seaport for salad offerings, juices, and a variety of raw foods.
5. Cocobeet Boston
This Government Center spot is known as one of Boston’s original organic juice bars and offers an array of cold-pressed juices, raw foods, and a menu full of locally sourced products right in City Hall Plaza.
6. The Juicery
This North End hotspot juice bar is the baby of a New Hampshire born juice chain that made its way to the cobblestone streets of Boston’s historic Italian quarter. Despite its vast menu of freshly pressed organic juices and vegetarian food, the outpost is small and gets busy quick.
Pro-tip: Beat the lunch rush and go early to order your morning smoothie, but if you encounter a line, just know their juices and smoothies are well worth the wait (and don’t forget to try the chia pudding!)
7. Thirst Juice Co.
This Downtown juice bar is a tiny bar bustling with corporate Bostonians beelining for their fix of cold-pressed juices, acaį bowls, and homemade soups.
8. Juice and Jazz Cafè
This popping Dorchester juice bar comes highly-rated for their variety of juices, smoothies, and coffee in an adorable setting complete with tasty breakfast sandwiches named after some of the greatest jazz musicians of all time. They also have a variety of changing events going on throughout the month from movie nights to game nights.
9. Mother Juice
This juice bar chain can be found in Kendall Square, Back Bay, and the North End since their early beginnings as a mobile juice truck. They have since expanded to Newbury Street and the Boston Public Market and have become a staple for the students and physicians populating Boston. In addition to juice, they have vegan snacks and detoxing cleanses they can deliver straight to your door.
10. Revolution Health Kitchen
This Back Bay juice bar is ideally located for your cold-pressed juice and veggie food needs. They have smoothies, power bowls, specialty coffee, and a variety of other healthy offerings.