Booster Juice

215 Water Street (inside Atlantic Place), St. John’s
272 Torbay Road, St. John’s
12 Merchant Dr, Mount Pearl



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26 February 2009

  1. gutrot · February 26, 2009

    Great at what they do. I only wish they had smaller sizes for cheaper. (hey.. maybe they do and I don’t even know..)

    On a related note: How undeniably awesome are mangos anyway?

  2. mr. figs · February 26, 2009

    Hey Gutrot, they do have smaller sizes for cheaper.

    They’re also selling reasonably priced wraps and chicken quesadillas now, but I haven’t tried them yet.

  3. Zaren · February 26, 2009

    I’m having a Booster Juice right now, “feeding the crave,” making this a fitting opportunity to review the experience – in the moment!

    I live for Booster Juice for 3 reasons:
    1) I seldom succeed in eating adequate quantities of fruit and Booster Juice makes it easy and delicious
    2) I often like to eat on the move; again, Booster Juice is portable, convenient, and non-messy
    3) My life revolves around the MUN food court, being as I am a student and employee of MUN, and Booster Juice in the University Centre is the Holy Land.

    Some people complain that it is expensive but considering the convenience and nutrition, $5.59 for a regular size juice is a very reasonable price to pay.

    I recommend the Mango Hurricane and the Tropical Tornado.

    Now if only they would ditch the styrofoam.

  4. Paige · February 26, 2009

    The fresh snadwiches are delicious
    Try the wheat grass and the fresh squeezed juices

  5. tony · February 26, 2009

    Styrofoam makes it last longer especialy in the summer.
    The new reusables are a step forward.
    6 bucks for something healthy, unlike DQ, McD’s and others is not bad.
    I figure if a pint of beer is 7 bucks I’d rather have one less and get a Booster Juice after beer stops flowing.
    P.S The grub is good!

  6. Jane · February 26, 2009

    Booster Juice has gotten me through my entire pregnancy. Always consistently great.

  7. Ashley · February 26, 2009

    I love Booster Juice. There’s not much to say really – they are great at what they do. Smoothies are excellent and healthy as well as a fast fix for those of us who are busy, which…let’s face it, is most of us. It’s an easy way to fit in some servings of fruit in your diet! And totally delicious.

  8. Katie · February 26, 2009

    Love Booster Juice, makes it so much easier to get in those daily servings of fruit! I would appreciate it more if it wasn’t so pricey, but I’m so glad we have a smoothie bar in this city. Strawberry Sunshine is definitely my favorite.

  9. girl · February 26, 2009

    booster juice is too expensive why don’t people just buy fruit and blend your own, they are making money of all the lazy people.

  10. nire · February 26, 2009

    Service is robotic in manner, but smoothies are great!

  11. John · February 26, 2009

    Not to mention the calorie count in one of those shakes is as much as a burger from McDonalds, not to say they aren’t damn tasty though, I just don’t fool myself into thinking they’re healthy.

  12. Jenny Bee · February 26, 2009

    Fast and friendly service, really good smoothies! Bananas-a-whey is not only delicious, but fills me for hours and hours! Definitely worth the price with the quality of ingredients going into the smoothies. I guess you could get other food for cheaper, like fries…. But deep fried potatoes are not what I necessarily consider to be healthy and filling food.

  13. gia girl · February 26, 2009

    anybody who drinks these smoothies because they are “healthy” is deliousnal. Look up the nutritional info and go get a real meal instead. 1 large smoothie can have well over half a cup of sugar alone!

  14. Gordon Gekko · February 26, 2009

    I’m not paying that much money for a fruit drink unless they put a few shots of liquor in it.