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100 City Hall Plaza (at /Government Center), Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 02108

A vegan, organic grab n' go sells pre-made cooked and raw food and cold pressed juices. Offers juice cleanse programs. No tables or chairs, so just take-out. Open Mon-Fri 7:00am-8:00pm, Sat 9:00am-8:00pm, Sun 10:00am-8:00pm.

Category: Vegan, Organic, Raw, Juice bar

Reviews (10)

First Review by sullivusb

Good but Pricey - Edit

The Mac & Cheese was very good and so was the Banana Chia drink but it was veeeeery expensive as far as bang-for-buck is concerned. Ended up spending around $18 for a small cup of the Mac & Cheese and the drink. Overall the quality was high but I'll probably think twice before going back on an empty stomach.

Pros: Very good food and drink, Helpful staff

Cons: Price was very high considering the serving sizes


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Quick and Tasty! - Edit

I was in Boston for work, and managed to stumble by this lovely little place. They have a substantial variety of ready-to-eat takeaway foods as well as bowls and juices made to order. I got two sandwiches and a juice for the day and it was lovely. If you're looking for a quick bite, definitely pop on by!

Pros: fast, vegan, prepared foods


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excellent - Edit

I had the mac and cheese, and luckily it was pre-made, so I didn't have to wait a long time for them to make it for me. The size of it was very small, for about $7, but it was satisfying in the quality. Worth the walk and the best vegan mac and cheese I've had yet!!

Pros: yummy, fast, low-fat

Cons: $$$


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great for on the go - Edit

this is a cute little juice bar near faneuil hall in boston! all of the food was fresh and packaged nicely so you can grab it and go! definitely would recommend for someone who enjoys raw vegan food like I do.

Pros: raw, on the go, delicious


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Good food but expensive - Edit

I took a lunch to take away that consisted of an acai bowl and two sandwiches. The bowl was very good and fresh but there was not a lot of fruits on top of it in comparison to those I was used to. The two sandwiches had hummus and avocado. They were good and fresh and portions were not so small for triangle sandwiches. The only negative point is the price that is to my view a bit high for the quantity you get (around 27$ for the bowl and the two sandiches).

Otherwise, the place is centrally located and the staff is cool.

Pros: good food, friendly staff, central location, 100% vegan

Cons: a bit pricey


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Small but good - Edit

This is decidedly not the place to get a large meal, or even sit and study while snacking, but despite its petite proportions there is a good variety of vegan food (mostly prepackaged) for you to grab and enjoy at your convenience, which include some interesting combinations off the usual path of vegan food.

Pros: Variety, Speed, Quality

Cons: Accessability, Deli atmosphere, Hours


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Perfect for takeout lunch - Edit

Great take out lunch we picked up b4 leaving Boston and hitting the road back to New Jersey. Fresh bottled drinks.
Hard to locate from the street... You have to walk into the plaza to spot it.

Pros: fresh, vegan, well made dishes

Cons: hard to spot from street


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Great!!! And worth the price! - Edit

This is a takeout place serving amazing smoothies, quinoa bowls, salads, and a few side-type dishes (vegan mac and cheese, chia pudding, etc.).

The smoothies are amazing! Yes they will cost you $10 but it is worth the price. They are organic, loaded with fruit and veggies and really are significantly better than the smoothies you will make at home. They are amazingly creative flavors and super yummy.

If you're in the Government Center / Park Street Area (perhaps following the Freedom trail?) stop in and grab some food.

Pros: Super tasty, Healthy, Organic

Cons: No place to eat at the store, Expensive


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