[Photos: Mother Juice/Katie Chudy]
Juice and smoothie lovers and snackers alike can get their fill at former food truck-turned-brick-and-mortar Mother Juice, which opens today in Kendall Square. The space itself is a welcoming and sunny addition to the neighborhood with crisp white walls and an intimate setting that is made complete by modern touches. The tables match the white walls, creating an airiness, while mint green chairs provide a pop of color. On each table sits a mason jar of fresh-cut flowers.
Potted plants and herbs hang on one wall, a nod to all of the organic produce that is resting just behind the large refrigerator walls sitting beyond the sleek white counter. Also behind the counter, a mini library of books sits on wooden shelves along with ingredients that will go into the juices and smoothies. Below the shelves, a small fleet of Vitamix blenders stand at the ready. Another wall houses a smaller refrigerator.
Throughout the restaurant, green Ball jars can be found, providing yet another shot of color against the white finishes. The ceiling is a wooden grid, further adding natural elements to complement their offerings — fresh, organic juices, smoothies, and cleanses, among other organic snacks.
Normal business hours begin on Monday, September 15: 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays, and closed on Sunday. Just for this weekend, Mother Juice will be closed on Saturday the 13th.
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