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More Squeeze Juice Bars Are on the Way

Location #4 will open in South Station around June.

Staff at Squeeze on Franklin Street
Staff at Squeeze on Franklin Street
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More juice? More juice. With outsiders like Liquiteria invading Boston, local juice chains are looking to keep growing. Squeeze Juice Bar, which debuted about three years ago and now has locations inside of three Equinoxes (Financial District, Back Bay, and Chestnut Hill), is looking to expand to storefronts outside of health clubs, starting with a new one inside of South Station, according to owner Sasha Nisenbaum. Located by the Pinkberry, right where the commuter rail and Amtrak trains arrive and depart, the fourth Squeeze will probably open in mid-to-late June. The new outpost will just offer juices, not the acai bowls that are available at the Equinox locations.

Nisenbaum hopes to open a total of three or four new locations in the coming year and is currently looking at numerous leases. They're mostly in Boston proper, but one potential location is in Harvard Square. Designer Stephen Martyak is working on the project; his portfolio also includes The Sinclair and Boston Chops, as well as another of Nisenbaum's venues, No. 8 Kitchen & Spirits in Amesbury.

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