“From juice bars like Cocobeet in downtown to food trucks like Clover or hole-in-the-wall spots like The Daily Catch, small restaurants across Boston utilizing fresh, local ingredients make this town ripe for a food adventure.”
We’re blushing and really excited. Livability recently named Boston #3 on their top 10 list of foodie cities across the country. Imagine our pride at seeing Cocobeet mentioned alongside Boston food legends like Barbara Lynch and Tim Cushman and tremendous restaurants like No. 9 Park, O Ya, and Clover.
What makes Boston such a culinary gem? As stated in the article, “The best cities for food lovers strongly support local farmers, showcase regional cuisine and provide residents with bountiful opportunities to discover new flavors, textures, cooking techniques and healthy foods….cities where residents embrace restaurants and take pride in knowing where their food comes from.”
Fresh, flavorful, local, healthy, innovative – the qualities that make the Boston food scene among the very best in the country are the very principles we stand behind at the Cocobeet juice bar. Your taste buds crave adventure, and we aim to please: over 25 organic juice and smoothies on the menu and counting, not to mention new food items each month. (Spoiler alert: two new juices debut this week…)
Boston eaters have high standards. You don’t settle for anything but the best.
When we made the decision to start Cocobeet we had the courage to go for it in the heart of Boston because we strongly believe in our product and our plan.
Onur and I are proud to be a part of the Boston food scene. Cocobeet is Boston’s Original Cold-Pressed Organic Juice Bar. We offer the largest selection of juices and smoothies in Boston alongside a full vegan food menu, all made entirely by us at our store location.