Where to Get Bubble Tea and Boba Drinks in Westchester

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Here are our favorite places to find sweet bubble tea, also known as boba tea or pearl-milk tea, in Westchester County.

With additional reporting by Molly Reinmann

Bubble tea is the international drink phenomenon originating from Taichung, Taiwan. The “pearls” — called zhenzhu, if on the smaller side, and boba, if a bit larger — are traditionally made from brown sugar and tapioca, providing a bouncy, chewy surprise amid a delicious blend of milk, sugar, and tea. The drink first debuted in the 1980s using black tea, but nowadays can be found in a variety of flavors.

5Spice Tea House

11A S Moger Ave, Mount Kisco; 914.666.8882

5Spice Tea House serves a decadent and frothy bubble tea in the traditional Taiwanese style. (The “bubbles” in bubble tea originally referred to air bubbles from shaking, not the tapioca pearls.) The boba is made every few hours, comprised of tapioca, brown sugar, and honey.  Along with a solid milk tea with boba, 5Spice also provides an extensive list of floral and fruit teas

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Go Greenly

1 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry; 914.231.6161
1109 Central Park Ave, Scarsdale; 914.713.8693

Go Greenly has a long list of bubble teas, including unique flavors such as mocha mint, almond, cookies ’n cream, and honeydew. In addition to the traditional tapioca pearls, it also offers strawberry and rainbow jelly and strawberry, mango, or lychee juice poppers. Feeling adventurous? Add some tapioca onto your frozen yogurt for a unique treat!


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Hapag Filipino Cuisine

Highbridge Plaza, 1787 Central Park Ave, Yonkers; 914.652.7773

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Along with tasty Filipino food and an Insta-worthy halo-halo, Hapag also serves bubble tea, including jasmine and the original black milk tea (matcha, too). Those who prefer coffee may want to try the cappuccino variety. Taro, a purple tropical root, is a popular choice.

Korean BBQ Grill

496 Main St, New Rochelle; 914.999.4242

Korean BBQ has interesting flavors to add to Westchester’s bubble tea scene. In addition to classics like milky black, green, and Thai iced tea, there’s also guava, pomegranate, and traditional, zesty, Korean citron tea, also called yuja-cha.

Pick Up Bubble Tea

18 S Moger Ave, Mount Kisco; 914.218.3237

When you need a sweet pick-me-up, consider yourself covered. Custom craft your perfect tea from the base, flavor, toppings, and even the sweetness level. With non-dairy options, sea salt foam, and even aloe vera cubes, there is truly an option for everyone.


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245 Main St, Ste 110, White Plains; 914.948.4950

Noodle+ is a small oasis of bobaoffering the pearls in milk teas, flavored teas, and brewed teas. Patrons can also swap out boba for coffee, lychee, mango, or green tea jellies.


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Tous Les Jours

371 N Central Ave, Hartsdale; 914.358.4130

As if the breadth of offerings at H Mart weren’t enough, Tous Les Jours, located within, sends the sweetness meter through the roof. It offers an eye-popping assortment of colorful cakes, pastries, macarons, and also bubble tea, the latter which is available in creamy, fruity, and flavored black/green tea.


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YUM Ice Cream & Bubble Tea

8 Anderson St, New Rochelle; 914.740.3770

YUM Ice Cream & Bubble Tea has both milk tea and dairy-free options, as well as different jellies and popping pearls to sub for boba. The shop also serves a coveted matcha green tea, as well as the less common coffee latte bubble milk tea.

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Flour & Sun Bakery

19 Washington Ave, Pleasantville; 914.495.3232

For the boba lovers, we just found your new favorite dessert. At Flour & Sun Bakery, take your obsession to the next level by special ordering the one-of-a-kind bubble tea cake pops. Make sure to wash this unique dessert down with a boba-filled drink to get the full experience.


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