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Fresh, healthy D.C. export sweetgreen will open on June 26

Posted by Kara Baskin  June 20, 2013 03:00 PM

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A rep for Washington, DC's sweetgreen tells us that they'll open their first Boston outpost at 659 Boylston St. on Wednesday, June 26. This is delightful news for Back Bay denizens looking for a healthy lunch fix: They specialize in custom salads, grain bowls, frozen yogurt, and themed fresh pressed raw juices (what they call sweetpress). Raw juices have various virtuous properties, like "Detox" and "Purify." Other ingredients are local, and many are drawn from the nearby Copley Square Farmers Market. On opening day, visitors will pay only what they want, and proceeds will go to the One Fund. The concept launched in 2007, and now there are 17 nationwide, with more to come, including a spot at New York's very of-the-moment NoMad Hotel. Check out the extremely visual, extremely virtuous menu here.

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