• The Juice Box

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Juice bar

Juice bar offering vegan smoothies and juices, but some do contain honey or bee pollen. Also offers acai bowls and wraps that can be made vegan (omit cheese/eggs). No indoor seating; outdoor seating is at picnic tables. Composts as much as possible. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-6:00pm.

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6 Reviews

First Review by zaphod46


Points +33

Non Veg
19 Jan 2023

This place is a staple!

Love love this spot. So tasty & good ingredients. Always so fresh, great smoothies, wraps & wellness shots! #Veganuary

Pros: Lots of vegan options, High quality, Great for on the go



Points +58

03 Dec 2021

Nice Surprise!

Great little smoothie, juice, coffee spot. I highly recommend this friendly, fun, delicious and inviting stop. I will be back. If I lived in the area I would be a regular!

Pros: Lots of Vegan options, friendly staff and owner.


Points +20

27 Nov 2019

A wonderful treat!

There are so many wonderful options for vegans. I have tried many of the smoothies and have loved them all. The ones with greens are my favorites. Absolutely delicious.

Pros: Diverse selection, Friendly staff, Open to adjustments

Cons: Expensive, Small. You have to squeeze in to get in line.


Points +36

30 Jun 2017


So many vegan options and great prices! We go here at least twice a week!

Pros: pricing , vegan options , yummy!

Cons: no indoor seating


Points +20

02 Jul 2016

not a fan

I've been here twice, service was terrible they don't have many options and they don't use any organic items in their fresh juices. Disappointing


Points +363

23 Jun 2014

Great Pit Stop

We were driving down Route 1 from Maine to Massachusetts and saw this place while looking for some coffee. It was so much more!

The coffee was great, there was a large selection of fresh smoothies and juices (we didn't try any), some prepared food, and wraps/salads made to order. I had a wrap and my wife and kids shared some chia pudding and quinoa salad. Everything was tasty and vegetarian, with veganism a short step away for any of the menu items. They had both soy and almond milk as selections for coffee and smoothies.

Seating was all out doors (great in June, not sure what the situation would be in the winter) with picnic tables and benches.

The one downside is that there was no restroom. It is a short walk along Route 1 to a gas station with a toilet.

Pros: fresh, tasty

Cons: no toiliet

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