Juice Press Continues Its Boston Takeover

The chain opened a fifth Boston location, and has another on the way.

Juice Press

A Juice Press shop. / Photo provided

UPDATED, March 21, 2017: A spokesperson for Juice Press confirms that the brand’s Seaport shop is now open at 109 Seaport Boulevard. The new location sells plenty of plant-based beverages, meals, and snacks, and completes all of its juicing and bottling on the premises.

Earlier this year, Juice Press also moved into Equinox‘s Dartmouth and Franklin Street locations. Later this year, it will add yet another location at the classy gym’s upcoming Seaport branch.

Original story:

With each passing day, Boston moves closer to “juice bar on every block” status. Today, at least, we have Juice Press to thank.

The New York-based chain has officially opened its second Boston location. The new shop—located at 500 Boylston Street, right by the Back Bay SoulCycle—is the sequel to Juice Press’ Chestnut Hill café, and will offer a similar menu of juices, smoothies, salads, snacks, healthy desserts, and soups. Like its sister shop, the Back Bay location will have to-go options and in-store seating.

Don’t think Juice Press is stopping there, though. A Seaport store will come next, also conveniently located near the neighborhood’s soon-to-come SoulCycle. The juice bar also inked a partnership with Equinox earlier this year, and plans to open a location inside the luxury gym’s (also soon-to-come) Seaport branch, with the possibility of joining other Equinox gyms down the line.

Translation: It’s safe to say Boston’s juice obsession isn’t going anywhere.

Juice Press, 500 Boylston St., Boston, juicepress.com.