12 Places Where You Can Find Acai Bowls in Boston
One of the latest superfoods sweeping the nation, acai (ah-sigh-ee), is a powerful berry that contains fiber and antioxidants, which may help protect cells from damaging free radicals. Blend acai with milk, frozen fruit, and nut butters, and you’ll get a vibrant bowl filled with nutrients. The local acai scene is heating up, with an increasing amount of cafés and juice bars offering their version of the famous bowl. Get your Instagram filters ready and prepare to share some major (healthy) food porn. Below, 12 places where you can find acai bowls in town.
1. Bom Café
The Brazilian café offers an acai bowl that’s topped with bananas, granola, and strawberry. If you don’t like certain fruits, the bowl can be customized to your liking.
1093 Cambridge St., Cambridge, 617-864-0395, bomcafecambridge.com
Cocobeet prides itself on concocting pure and nutritionally dense food and juices to fuel an active lifestyle. The acai bowl is one of Cocobeet’s vegan, raw, and gluten-free meal selections. Served as part of their “smart breakfast” menu, the acai bowl is sprinkled with Cocobeet’s homemade granola.
100 City Hall Plaza, Boston, 857-263-8598, cocobeet.com.
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While Jugos’ location may be small, their menu is quite the opposite. Featuring ingredients such as hemp protein and goji berries, there are five types of acai bowls to choose from. Try the Sao Paolo bowl for a chocolate treat that tastes like ice cream, without all of the guilt.
145 Dartmouth St., Boston, 617-418-9879, visitjugos.com
4. The Juicery
All of the products at The Juicery are freshly made and never contain artificial colors, sweeteners, or syrups. Named the “Classic Acai Bowl,” its bowl stands out from the menu of juices and smoothies. This version is blended with banana, cacao, coconut, and peanut butter.
66A Cross St., Boston, 617-936-4010, juicery.com
5. The Juice Box
The Juice Box has three varieties of acai bowls, the Good Morning Bowl, the Rio Bowl, and the West Side Berry Bowl. The Good Morning Bowl incorporates coconut water and coconut flakes for tropical flavor, while the Rio and the West Side highlight fruits, such as bananas and berries.
359 West Broadway, Boston, 857-930-4510, dailysqueezeboston.com
6. Juice Press
The famous New York City juice bar, which will arrive in Chestnut Hill this summer, offers a dessert-like acai option. Their bowl includes cacao and maca blended into the mix, poured over a decadent nut crust, and topped with raw fruit jam.
33 Boylston Street, Suite 3320, Chestnut Hill, juicepress.com
7. Mother Juice
Started as a food truck, Mother Juice quickly gained a strong following and opened up a store in September 2014. Simply blended with a banana and almond milk, Mother Juice’s acai bowl is a gluten and dairy-free treat. Stop by and grab the bowl for lunch or dinner, because even though it’s part of their breakfast menu, it’s served all day long.
625 West Kendall, Cambridge, 617-945-7357, motherjuiceboston.com
Berry lovers, this bowl is for you. In addition to acai, Pressed blends in maqui berry and layers the bowl with a variety of fresh berries and slices of banana. It also incorporate its house-made almond butter and some raw cacao.
120 Charles St., Boston, 857-350-3103, pressedboston.com
9. Revolution Juice
Owned by a husband and wife duo, Revolution Juice promotes a whole-food and plant-based diet through its products. The acai bowl at Revolution Juice is simple and easily customized. The diverse topping options include both frozen and fresh fruit, nuts, and various superfoods.
150 Huntington Ave., Boston, 857-233-4313, revolutionjuice.com.
Squeeze has three locations, with each one offering all four of its acai bowl options. The choices include a Rio Bowl, Chia Pet Bowl, Good Morning Bowl, and, as a break from the traditional, an Avocado Bowl. This acai bowl has an unusual twist with the inclusion of lime, hemp seed, and chunks of avocado.
225 Franklin St., Boston, 617-357-7444
131 Dartmouth St., Boston, 857-277-1266
200 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill, 617-244-3042, squeezeboston.com
11. Thirst Juice Co.
Want a unique acai bowl? Try the Chili Chocolate bowl at Thirst. Chipotle chili powder, cacao, almond milk, banana, and dates get blended together for a spicy and flavorful combination. The menu also has three other versions: a Peanut Butter Bowl, Coconut Bowl, and Pear and Spinach Bowl.
44 School St., Boston, 857-233-4535, thirstjuiceco.com.
The frozen yogurt spot recently added Superfood Bowls to its menu. The acai bowl can be customized with any of the fruit, candy, or sweet toppings that the chain offers.
288 Newbury St., Boston, 617-424-5300, other locations, pinkberry.com