Gluten Free at Thirst Juice Co. in Boston

We had a long winter in Boston this year. This photo was taken at the Red Sox game on April 15th, which was the coldest starting temperature for a game since 2003!

Red Sox cold game April 2018 Chris sale

Fortunately, Mother Nature came around and for just over the past week, we’ve been enjoying springtime weather, and appear to be moving quickly into what feels like summer. This has given me a chance to explore everything outside in our city and make my way to a juice ship I hadn’t been to yet- Thirst Juice Co.

Boston Public Garden in May

I actually first heard of the juicery on a Facebook video ad. So as the weather finally warmed, my friend and I headed out to see what the fuss was all about. At first when we walked up, we were nervous it may be closed, but they just had the lights dimmed. It’s a small cozy shop with a counter to stand at if you’d like. That’s plenty of seating though because most individuals ordering a juice are on the go anyway.

Gluten Free at Thirst Juice CO

We tried two different smoothies. My friend ordered off the main menu, while I went with the Vitamin Green smoothie off of the specials. It’s a pretty similar smoothie to the one I make at home, but what can I say, I know what I like when it comes to green smoothies.

Gluten Free at Thirst Juice CO

Both smoothies were tasty, and I’d say the price is on par with other smoothies in the area. I’d definitely like to return and try one of the smoothie or açaí bowls that receive raving reviews online.

Gluten Free at Thirst Juice CO

Like I’ve said in my other posts about gluten free juiceries in Boston, I now tend to make my own just to be cost-effective. However, that doesn’t mean that this isn’t a great spot. It’s dedicated gluten free and vegan menu means that it’s a safe place to grab a quick drink or açaí bowl out in the city. (Although I do believe they have oats on the menu for those that are adverse to oats.) Plus, I would have never considered some of their flavor combinations on my own.

Other 100% Gluten Free Juiceries in Boston

Now that the weather is nice, I’ve been exploring more of the city, so be on the lookout for new blog posts featuring some of my favorite spots in the city.

Elephant Walk South End Somlah Machou

Thelonius Monkfish in Cambridge

Frosé at Frenchie in Boston
Frosé at Frenchie in Boston

As always, Happy Wanderlust Wednesday!

*This review is written based on a dining experience from April 2018.

28 thoughts on “Gluten Free at Thirst Juice Co. in Boston

  1. I’m so excited for the warm weather! And you’ve reminded me that I need to get back into smoothies. I took a big hiatus from them and had all but forgotten.

  2. Looks like a lovely weekend in Boston and loving the juices and good eats!

  3. I find juice bars so tricky with multiple fruit and nut allergies. I like to get inspiration and make my own version at home.

  4. i went to thirst last time i was in boston. my brother goes to school there so i try to visit at least once a year. they have a lot of awesome options!

  5. I love healthy juice mixes! I have to admire your tenacity in finding the places that are celiac-friendly!

  6. The Vitamin Green and Very Green Bowl both sound great. I tend to make smoothies at home too, but I do splurge every once in awhile. Thanks for the tip on where to go!

  7. You always find the coolest gluten free places! I’m loving the sound of the Very Green Bowl.

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