Serving a multitude of flavor options and offering the ability to order caffeine-free, home-made tapioca pearls and to adjust sweetness levels, it’s no wonder why this is one of the most popular bubble tea spots in NYC.
With more than 1,650 locations in 20 countries the brand spread like wildfire for a reason. Serving some of the best bubble tea in New York City, there’s 15 locations to choose from. In fact, some might even refer to it as the Starbucks of bubble tea in New York City
Few brands have been able to harness the raw power social media has to offer as well as Tiger Sugar. Check out their Instagram. Seriously. Memes galore paired with mouth watering images of their teas makes it hard not make a bee-line to their sole location in New York City.
Yaya Tea is well suited for nipponophiles as its cartoons and snacks are a focal point of its aesthetic. They serve made-to-order Onigiri and imported Japanese treats along with their iconic bubble tea
CoCo is an interesting follow considering how many giveaways and discount codes they promote online. It’s also worth adding that for the true techie they offer an app with reward programs and order ahead options.
It’s no question that their focus towards sourcing fresh and raw ingredients has directly translated to refreshing bubble tea. Honestea prides itself in using organic yogurts, coffee beans and teas so that we, as the consumer, can rest assured knowing we’re enjoying a drink conducive to our positive overall health
Machi Machi is located in Koreatown and is a must try location for bubble tea in New York City. Founded in 2018 in Taiwan, their dedication to their craft is palpable and translates to their bubble tea.
Few things more exhilarating than snatching a sacred egg from the gaping jaws of a golden tiger in the heart of NYC. Luckily for you, the tiger is fake, and the egg is actually just a fancy cup filled with bubble tea!
Like the name suggests, this bubble tea shop has a quirky and fun raccoon theme from start to end. You order from raccoon clerks and receive your drink from a furry raccoon paw located in a hole that has been cut out of the wall!
For the lover of all things pink, M Tea in Flushings, Queens has to be like a slice of heaven. Seriously, pink walls, pink balloons, pink seating. If you’re in search of a photoshoot + something sweet, M Tea won’t disappoint.