“This year I’m going to eat healthier”: The perpetual New Year’s Resolution. Lucky for you making excuses will be tougher next year, since a number of healthy restaurants will be opening. From an artisan oatmeal café to two more Dig Inn locations, get excited for these healthy restaurants coming to Boston in 2017.
An all-vegan fast casual joint serving up salads, grain bowls, burgers, sandwiches, pasta, brunch, juice, and more.
- Where : The seaport, at 101 Seaport Boulevard, and Fenway, at 100 Van Ness Street.
- When : The Seaport shop is slated to open in February or March. Fenway is to follow in April.
A fast casual restaurant offering build-your-own salads and grain bowls, plus breakfast, beer, and wine. It became an immediate local favorite when its first non-New York location opened on Boylston Street this past summer.
- Where : Downtown Crossing, at 277 Washington Street, and the Prudential Center.
- When : Dates are TBA, but both should arrive in the first half of 2017.
A popular juice bar offering juice, smoothies, salads, soups, snacks, and more. The chain has plenty of locations in the area, as well as shops in Chestnut Hill and the Back Bay.
- Where : Juice Press is adding two Seaport locations: one near the upcoming Seaport SoulCycle, and the other inside the future Seaport Equinox.
- When : TBA.
Boston’s first oatmeal café, serving up customizable, artisanal oatmeal bowls. At its summer pop-up shop, it offered eccentric flavors like apple pie, peanut butter and jelly, and Sriracha fried egg.
- Where : Somerville’s Davis Square, at 22 College Avenue.
- When : The grand opening is slated for mid-January.
A juice bar offering juices, smoothies, bowls, and non-alcoholic shots. Although it already has a couple of Boston locations, Squeeze is opening three more shops.
- Where : Squeeze is opening new shops in South Station, the upcoming FitRow development at Assembly Row and a North Shore outpost in Beverly.
- When : Beverly is set to open in February; FitRow in April; and South Station in June.