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Booster Juice

333 Brooksbank Avenue, #120
North Vancouver, BC V7J3S8
Tel: (604) 980-5723

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Not nutritious drinks but decent wraps
By sweethot of lower mainland (162 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, January 25, 2010 - 5:20pm [Dine in]

Okay so the freshly squeezed wheatgrass juice sold here is clearly nutritious. Their smoothie type booster juices are not. They contain lots of juices, sorbets, yogurts and a minimal amount of frozen actual fruit. The calories are supposedly 300 or something but with all that sugar in the drink from the juice and the sorbets it must be much higher, something fishy is going on. Also these drinks are far too filling and thick, I didn't like it. I'm more a Jugo Juice girl I guess, there I can see that there is way more actual fruit in the drink.

If you come here skip the fruit drinks and go directly for the Funky Monkey a banana soy chocolate drink. It's great, and not healthy but tasty.

Their wraps are awesome here though. It's overfilled with meat, and they grill them. The wraps are definately more filling than Jugo Juice.

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Friendly location.
By bordercollie of north vancouver (268 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, September 29, 2008 - 4:12pm [Dine in]

I wanted something healthy to drink, and decided on Booster Juice. They have large menu selection, and found my server to be friendly, fast and let me add my beverage choice.

I ordered the Weh Banana smoothie, and asked if I could remove the pineapple and replace it with strawberry. It was fantastic, filling and refreshing taste. I had it before my workout, got that extra energy and didn't make me fill heavy, like a milkshake and its been a treat to have on a sunny day.

The only thing that is high is the price, just under $6.00, and your extra money can disappear fast. I look at Booster as a treat, and its worth trying when you're in the area.

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Nice people
By ericsatan of North Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, October 25, 2009 - 10:03pm [Dine in]

I enjoy going in for a Juice and a visit.
The staff are super nice and friendly.
They are happy to help you pick out a new flavour to try.

They have some wraps/sandwiches and that sort of thing but i have not tried the them. 'would like to sometime
I have gone many times and will go back for sure

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Good Juice- Poor service.
By foodieBC of Burnaby (4 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, September 9, 2009 - 12:12pm [Dine in]

Love their juices- would've given more points for value- but, you don't get much actual fruit in it... it's mostly some slushy stuff. But it tastes damned good and fills you up like crazy!

Bad service though- they all seem like they've been pulled off the beach from surfing and are all a bit sulky about it. They all seem like they'd sooner prop up the counter than take your order....

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Stevooooo
By Wilsonius of North Shore, Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, September 17, 2010 - 8:30pm [Dine in]

great place, great staff, great location, great wraps, and great smoothies that definately hit the spot. One suggestion, they can/should place a tv up on the wall so they can play sports highlights and/or news while i wait for Stevo to make "the special" for me and my boys. Thanks Booster Juice expanding to Park Royal which is just a hop skip and jump from my place of employment.

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Nutrition
By iscott of West Vancouver (3 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, January 1, 2009 - 5:24pm [Dine in]

I'm curious about the nutrition of these smoothies... The staff are AWESOME, and the smoothies taste fantastic, however, I notice that the main ingredient they put in most of them is some sort of ice cream/sorbet, and there is a minimal about of actual fruit. For the cost that they charge, I think there could be more "value added nutrition"

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