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Get Your Juice On

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Escape the heat this summer.  Rejuvenate and relax with my list of the most delicious juice bars and smoothie joints in Beantown.  You will certainly be feeling refreshed and refueled in no time!  So urbanites, it’s time to get your juice on…

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* Jugos

For all of you health nuts out there, cleanse your mind and body with Jugos.  Many people proudly put themselves under the ‘juice nut’ category, and Jugos has deliciously healthy options to satisfy everyone’s cravings.  So get in the juice mojo ASAP with this unique find on Dartmouth Street.

Jugos is convenient, whether you have a hectic work schedule or are out and about running errands.  This juice bar will help you rejuvenate with its scrumptious concoctions, such as a Kalik Batidos, which is made with fresh bananas, dates, cashew milk and peanuts.  A Batidos is a ‘Caribbean milkshake,’ and Jugos prepares a delicious variety of them.  Jugos also offers shots (wheatgrass for example), a tasty selection of Jugos (juices), Acai Bowls and more on its menu.

Check out what Jugos has to offer when you’re on the go and craving something fresh, healthy and delightful!  To view the full menu, click here.

Location: 145 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA

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* The Monkey Bar

Located in the middle of Faneuil Hall Marketplace, this juice bar prepares freshly squeezed drinks right before your eyes.  From luscious strawberry banana pineapple smoothies topped with strawberry and pineapple on the rim, and the sweet mango madness smoothie, to the stand’s very own monkey punch, you are sure to quickly find yourself craving these scrumptious treats on the go.

Location: 1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace # 200, Boston, MA

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* Squeeze Café & Juice Bar

You can even get a workout in before juicing at Equinox Gym!  Squeeze is conveniently situated right inside the gym, tempting healthy urbanites with fruity snacks.  You can easily get your fill right after your workout.  Squeeze serves smoothies, juices, acai bowls, shots & coffees, in addition to enhancers.  The Elvis smoothie is a must-try, prepared with peanut butter, organic cacao nibs, banana, chocolate syrup and creamy almond milk.  You can’t go wrong with a good morning acai bowl if you are in the mood for something more filling.  This bowl cheerfully says “good morning,” made with acai, almond butter, apple juice, banana, blueberry, and topped off with gluten-free granola, strawberries and honey.

Visit Squeeze’s site to view the full menu.

Location: (Inside Equinox Gym) 225 Franklin St, Boston, MA

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* Cocobeet

“Reroot your life” is Cocobeet’s awesome motto.  This is key to the rejuvenation and reinvention process.  When exercising and eating healthy, you are getting into shape and creating the best possible version of you.  Both your mind and body will feel so much better and accomplished.  Cocobeet surely helps you take steps toward your goal with a variety of healthy options on its menu, from smart breakfasts and juices to power smoothies and much more.

Start your morning off with a minty matcha power smoothie, made with Japanese matcha, almonds, mint, coconut water and maple syrup.  Or how about a warm quinoa breakfast bowl prepared with quinoa, cinnamon and maple syrup with “nut mylk” on the side?  If you want energy that helps you get through the entire day, the berry & nut crumble with cashew crème is one of the recommended choices for you.  Cocobeet also serves scrumptious salads and sandwiches in addition to its juice/smoothie selection.

Location: 100 City Hall Plz, Boston, MA

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