Best Boston juice shops


If you’re anything like me, you hopped on the juice trend and never looked back.

I’m always looking for the best juices, smoothies, bowls, etc. Here’s a roundup of my favorites!


1. Thirst Juice Co.

Best for acai bowls. Try the coconut acai bowl – it’s my fav. Add dates if you are into that kind of thing.
Downtown Crossing


2. Jugos

Best for individual juices and detoxes. They are also one of two places I’ve found that serve pitaya bowls.
Back Bay


3. Life Alive

Best for power smoothies. I always go for the ‘Island Alive" which has banana, dried mango, dried pineapple, coconut oil, ice cream*, chia and almond milk. Be warned – they are so thick they feel like full meals.
Central Square, Cambridge

4. Mother Juice

Best for organic smoothies. They also have a large selection of avocado toast, including a make your own.
Kendall Square (Cambridge), Newbury Street, & Boston Public Market


5. Pressed

Best for avocado toast. They toast the bread perfectly so it has that extra crunch and they top it off with some secret seasoning (could be salt/pepper for all I know) that’s to die for.
Beacon Hill & The South End


6. Kwench Juice Bar

This is the second place that serves pitaya bowls in Boston so I had to add them to my list. I still like JUGOS better, but if you’re in the area the smoothies and bowls are super yummy.
Downtown (near South Station)

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