Downtown Boston Is Getting a New Juice Bar

Thirst Juice Co. is opening on School Street.
Thirst Juice Co. interior image provided.

Thirst Juice Co. interior image provided.

Boston is booming with juice bars, and now, downtown workers and residents of those shiny, new highrises are getting a juice bar of their own. Enter Thirst Juice Co., a gleaming new space that features juices, smoothies, acai bowls, bottled cold-pressed juices, and small batch house-made soups.

Owned by husband and wife team, Heather Stevenson and Chris Roche, the duo—both of whom are former lawyers—are “aiming to dispel the common misconception that healthy beverages can’t be both good for you and great tasting.”

“Thirst Juice Co. is the place you go to try green juice for the first time and discover that you actually like it,” Stevenson says. “We want to offer Bostonians a different kind of on-the-go food and beverage option that makes them feel good about what they’re putting in their bodies.”

Thirst will also offer steel cut oatmeal for breakfast and coffee from the Commonwealth’s Barrington Coffee Roasting Co. Many of Thirst’s products (the juices, soups, smoothies, acai bowls, and oatmeal) are vegan and gluten-free.

44 School Street (entrance on Province Street); thirstjuiceco.com.


Melissa Malamut
Melissa Malamut Melissa Malamut, Senior Editor, Health, at Boston Magazine mmalamut@bostonmagazine.com