Wellesley offers a variety of eateries, from fancy to homey to chains. A slew of Asian restaurants dot the town, from sushi-and-more to Chinese to Thai. Or you can try out Italian eateries, Indian cuisine, Turkish specialties, or an old-timey diner with a Greek flair. And don’t forget those necessities — pizza, ice cream, donuts, and coffee. Wellesley’s got you covered there.
The Swellesley Report’s review:
Raw vegan food, superfood smoothies, and organic juice cleanses, as well as breakfast items, sandwiches, and salads.
Cocobeet is up and running at 57 Central St., and their super-healthy cold-pressed juices are officially flowing.
In addition to juices, Cocobeet is serving up raw vegan food, superfood smoothies, and organic juice cleanses, as well as breakfast items, sandwiches, and salads. In fact, it’s pretty much 50/50 sales of food and juice according to co-founder Onur Ozkok.
We stopped by to try out some of the offerings. I was a fan of the hot chocolate, a not-too-sweet steaming mug of just what I needed on a snowy day. On the way out, I shopped the cooler and took home a bottle of Watermelon Quench made with watermelon, pineapple, and lemon, a welcome taste of summer in the throes of winter. We also gave high marks to The Spice Trade, a mix of apple, grapefruit, strawberry, cardamom, star anise, maple syrup, and more.
Also available: veggie bowls, smoothie bowls, breakfast grain bowls, avocado toast, macaroni and cheese, and organic food and juice cleanse programs.
In addition to the Wellesley location, Cocobeet has a store in Boston at Downtown Crossing and in Jakarta, Indonesia.