Mango Snow Ice with Boba at Tea Station

Despite its name change from Tea Planet, this is still a local favorite, offering a wide variety of tea and coffee drinks in the heart of Chinatown. Best saved for the warmest of days, the snow ice drinks come in an array of flavors and can be ordered either with or without boba (tapioca balls). If you’re a tropical fruit lover, try the mango flavor, and don’t skip on the boba. The gelatinous texture may take some getting used to, but they’re a fun surprise when they sneak up the straw. $6.22 for medium, 4355 Spring Mountain Road, 889-9989.

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After securing their grip on the East Coast with an unrivaled coffee following, Dunkin’ Donuts set out to conquer the Wild West, and thus far they’ve done a damned good job. Las Vegas, however, is hot, so menu adjustments had to be made. That’s where DD’s Frozen Hot Chocolate comes into play. It’s their rich and creamy hot chocolate chilled and blended with ice to create a cooling chocolaty treat. Non-chocolate-lovers need not apply; the rest of us may rejoice that our favorite winter beverage has found summer employment.

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