Roundup: Juice Bars In Boston
Aptly named and conveniently located in Back Bay station, Juice offers high quality juices and smoothies all day long. The store has early hours and large sizes for an inexpensive price, which makes it the perfect morning alternative to Dunkin’ Donuts. The menu items have no additives, no preservatives, and each drink is made fresh just for you.
Juice, 145 Dartmouth Street, juicebarboston.com, 617-418-9879
Their name refers to the part of your body’s cells that transforms food into energy. Although they don’t have a storefront just yet, E.T.C. still locally produces quality juices with immune boosting, farm fresh ingredients. You can order six packs, boxes, or special cleanses online.
No physical location, order online at etcjuicery.com
For a delicious pick-me-up during your holiday shopping, check out Fruitata in the Pru. Relatively new—they just opened in this location over the summer—Fruitata uses fresh ingredients and offers a variety of juices and smoothies.
800 Boylston Street, fruitata.com, 617-982-6147
The menu features seven different types of energy and immune system boosting “blasts” to give your juice an extra kick. Gluten-free options are available, and the shop offers interesting and exotic choices like the “Rockin’ Rio” and the “2 Piece Bikini.”
250 Granite Street, South Shore Plaza, Braintree. For more information, visit planetsmoothie.com, 781-849-0911
In addition to being a great vegetarian restaurant, Life Alive features dozens of smoothie and juice options. Add Nutri-boosts to your drink, or just try something simple like their classic wheatgrass juice. Grab a smoothie to go or sit down and try a delicious vegan wrap, too.
765 Massachusetts Ave., lifealive.com, 617-354-5433
Smoothie King says they are the “first and original” nutritional fruit and function-based, fresh blended smoothies. The shop occupies great real estate on Newbury Street, perfect for when you need a post-shopping snack.
314 Newbury St., 617-236-4443, smoothieking.com