Juice Bars

Revolution Juice

Boston-based juicers’ cold-pressed offerings are both healthful and crave-worthy.

What was the city’s first juice truck, Mother Juice, is now a miniature chain with outposts in Kendall Square, Newbury Street, and the Boston Public Market. A cheekily named menu features such concoctions as “Unicorn Blood” and “Sweet Chard O’Mine,” plus an all-day selection of breakfast bowls that give clientele something solid to nosh on. Mother Juice also offers one- to five-day juice cleanses, which the crew will deliver across Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville given 48 hours’ notice.

Cocobeet

Cocobeet may be situated within sight of the Government Center T stop, but it’s easy to miss. Those that hunt down its small storefront are rewarded with a selection of over 30 cold-pressed juices and superfood smoothies alongside a wide selection of vegan meals. Everything is freshly made but bottled or packaged for instant takeaway—making Cocobeet a godsend for those with health on the mind but little time on the clock. Juice cleanses are delivered within the Boston and Cambridge areas, with programs lasting up to 30 days.

Revolution Juice

A stone’s throw from the Prudential Center on Huntington Ave. you’ll find Revolution Juice, a husband-and-wife-owned operation that offers an array of raw green juices, fruit juices, bowls, boosters, and smoothies. (For an extra energy jolt, add a date to any bowl or smoothie.) And when it comes to cleanses, this serious juicery has five different packages with names that reflect goals: think Hydrate, Fuel, and Power.

Jugos

Located in Back Bay station, Jugos is a closet-sized oasis of freshness for commuters venturing through a fast food-dominated landscape. The Latin-inspired menu offers “Jugos” (juices) and “Batidos” (smoothies), each with “De Temporada” (seasonal) specials incorporating ingredients like Brussels sprouts and papaya. A “Cafe + Matcha” section features original creations like “Matcha Con Leche,” a take on horchata that blends the green tea powder with vanilla, cinnamon, and cashew milk. Those looking for something more substantial before boarding the Acela can count on acai and pitaya bowls, as well as superfood-loaded sandwiches served on multigrain.

Billed as an “Urban Oasis + Organic Cafe,” Life Aliveis a purveyor of wholesome, organic vegetarian food with outposts in Salem, Lowell, Brookline, and Cambridge. The colorful, art-filled interiors are fittingly crunchy, and menus cover everything from warm grain bowls to street corn to smoothies. Nine fresh juices ranging from a maple syrup-sweetened Ginger Crush to a cilantro- and jalapeño-spiked Spicy Green Tonic are served, while a handful of one-ounce shots like wheatgrass and freshly juiced turmeric deliver big health boosts in little packages.

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