Looking to stay healthy during your stay in Boston? We recommend stocking the full-size refrigerator in your kitchenette with plenty of fresh juice. There are several juice shops within walking vicinity of the Inn where you can enjoy smoothies, smoothies bowls, juice, and healthy snack and entrée options. Here are 5 of the best juice shops in Boston’s Back Bay!
Revolution Juice is the closest juice shop to the Inn (just a 2 minute walk), and it also happens to be one of our favorites! At Revolution they use all organic ingredients and are committed to helping guests live a healthy “whole-food, plant-based diet.” Owners Heather and Dominic Acosta are a husband and wife team who have eaten this diet for years and seen profound effects. At Revolution they offer a wide selection of green juices, fruit juices, smoothies and bowls.
Founded by two locals, Mother Juice started small and has seen wonderful success! Founders Laura & Ellen started out at the Union Square farmers market in Somerville, before moving on to a smoothie truck, and then a permanent retail space. You can find them in Kendall Square in Cambridge, at Boston Public Market, and on Newbury Street in Back Bay. Their Newbury shop is their third and largest location, and also happens to be the one closest to the Inn! We love their Avocado Toasts and the “Nutty Greens” smoothie.
Juice Press is a New York chain that is rapidly expanding in Boston! Their Boylston store offers plenty of grab-and-go options like organic juices, salads, smoothies and healthy “treats” like their sin-o-bun. In addition to their green juices, their coffee blends like the Nitro Cold Brew and the Coffee Almond Latte are popular with the morning crowd. If you’re in the Copley Square area, Juice Press is the best place to make a stop. Bonus, they’re located right next to SoulCycle in case you want to pair a cycling class with your juice outing.
If you’re arriving by train, Jugos in Back Bay station is the perfect place to stop on your way to the Inn. Spanish for “juice,” Jugos has an energetic and tropical vibe with an upbeat reggae soundtrack. They offer everything from fresh juices to delicious variations of cashew milk like the “leche chocolate” and “coco leche.” For breakfast we love their Chia Puddings and their Acai and Pitaya Bowls.
Pressed Juicery, an LA-based chain, made its way to Boston this past year. Pressed offers a wide variety of cold-pressed juices and juice cleanses. They’re well known for “Freeze” their line of plant based frozen yogurt made with fruits, vegetables, almonds and coconuts and is vegan friendly. We love the fact that their Newbury Street location offers patio seating, which is ideal for sipping on your favorite juice and watching shoppers stroll by.
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The Inn @ St Botolph is Boston’s affordable luxury hotel. Situated in the prominent Back Bay neighborhood it offers understated contemporary interiors graced with traditional styling and comfort. It’s the perfect destination for professionals on extended stay or families desiring the intimacy of a private residence dressed up with refreshingly customized services. The Inn @ St Botolph offers affordable luxury with edited services.
Furnished kitchenettes will full size refrigerators
State-of-the-art fitness center
Video intercom to talk to visitors at the front door