Health Food Junkie? Check Out These Fresh & Fit Smoothie & Juice Spots in Boston



From superfood smoothies in the North End to grab-and-go cold-pressed juices in the Seaport District, Boston, Massachusetts, is a haven for smoothie shops and juiceries. Whether you are already an avid smoothie drinker or just looking for a healthy bite in the city, check out this list of must-visit smoothie and juice spots.


Known as Boston’s first original cold-pressed juice bar, Cocobeet is all about healthy vibes and plant-based eating. Dig into flavorful and filling acai bowls, sip fresh juices, or go all out with a superfood smoothie. Single-serve health shots are the perfect way to kick off the day (the Green Heat with ginger and kale packs a punch)! And if you love breakfast, they serve it all day with menu items like warm oatmeal topped with banana and waffles served with vegan butter and maple syrup!


This vibrant, tropical-inspired smoothie spot in Back Bay Station may be small, but it packs an enormous punch with its vast menu of fruit smoothies, juice shots, smoothie bowls, and healthy lunches. Indulge in nutrient-loaded shots like ginger and turmeric. Sip on super smoothies featuring tropical fruits like mango and passion fruit with a kick of wheatgrass. And don’t skip the salads, such as the honey honey – arugula tossed with cucumber, feta, tomato, and olives.

Life Alive

Life Alive is an organic café chain with bright and colorful storefronts throughout Boston serving flavorful smoothies and cold-pressed juices, but it’s the signature superfood lattes that really make this spot a standout. Try Golden Milk, made with turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, cayenne, maple syrup, and coconut milk. Or, the Ocean Blue, a sea-sational blend of maca, blue-green algae, vanilla, maple syrup, and sea salt. Feeling hungry? Grab one of their salads, grain bowls, or noodle dishes.  

Juice Press

This iconic NYC juice and smoothie bar is usually found inside popular fitness clubs with a few storefronts in Boston’s trendy Seaport District. Grab a Watermelon Mango smoothie or turn back the hands of time with the Fountain of Youth – a blend of strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, banana, and chia seeds! If you’re feeling creative, build your own smoothie or enjoy a hot oatmeal bowl for a heartier bite to refuel after a workout.

Mother Juice

Two local green juice-loving women founded Mother Juice as a farmers’ market stand and grew their business into the city’s first-ever juice bar on wheels. Today, Mother Goose boasts three storefronts and two grab-and-go stands, including one in the bustling Boston Public Market, where fellow fitness and wellness junkies can sip on tasty made-in-house cold-pressed juices and smoothies like the Green Monster or Tropical Bananza – strawberry, pineapple and banana with a splash of coconut water? Yes, please! Hearty grain bowls and cold acai or yogurt-based bowls are available as well.

NU Kitchen

NU Kitchen is a hip health food restaurant with three locations in the Greater Boston Area. Indulge in a menu featuring an array of supercharged smoothies, fresh juices, and Hawaiian-style acai smoothie bowls. An extensive menu also features healthy dishes like Beyond Burgers, superfruit waffles, Vietnamese-style Banh Mi sandwiches, Buddha Bowls, and so much more. Relax in a booth surrounded by stunning wall art, or pull a stool up the counter adorned in live plants and soak in the laid-back atmosphere as you sip your Blue Monkey smoothie – blueberry and agave with froyo.


JuicyGreens is a wellness café and juice bar chain with a grab-and-go counter set up inside Boston’s beloved Hub Hall food court in the West End. With a carefully curated menu featuring fresh cold-pressed juices, made-to-order superfood-infused fruit smoothies, flavor-packed cold wellness bowls, hearty avocado toasts, and other plant-based bites, it’s a health food lover’s dream. Stop in for a smoothie and check out the rest of the food stalls. You’ll find everything from ramen to fried chicken, Greek cuisine and craft beer.

The Juicery

Last but certainly not least is The Juicery, located in Boston’s North End. This New England franchise prides itself on serving freshly made products without artificial colors, sweeteners, or syrups. And you can tell the moment you step inside where baskets of fresh fruits in various colors hang from the walls. Try classic concoctions like the Blueberry Mint, featuring fresh blueberries, mint, banana, and apple juice, or specialty smoothies like the Kale Storm, made with spinach, mango, banana, kale, lemon juice, and apple juice.

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