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Where to Go for Bubble Tea on Long Island

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Where to find some of Long Island’s best bubble tea.

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Bubble tea originated in Taiwan and is typically mixed with milk or fruit and tapioca pearls, also known as boba. Teas can be garnished with jelly, pudding, beans and other toppings as well. Whether you love bubble tea or always wanted to try it, here are some Long Island restaurants where you can pick up a cup of this fun, flavorful and unique drink.

Bubble Hut 

2026 N Jerusalem Rd, North Bellmore

Bubble Hut in North Bellmore is more than a bubble tea shop; it’s a restaurant with many food choices for lunch and dinner. You’ll find over ten different types of bubble teas plus yogurt smoothies, fruit teas, Taiwanese shaved ice, a large selection of sushi, ramen soups and more.

CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice 

26 Cold Spring Rd., Syosset

From classic milk bubble teas and fruit bubble teas to specialty and seasonal drinks, CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice has plenty of refreshing options for every taste.

Gong Cha 

Roosevelt Field Mall, Garden City

Founded in Taiwan, this bubble tea brand has a franchise location at Roosevelt Field. The teas are blended with a variety of fruit, toppings and creative mixings.

Kiren China 

46 Sunrise Hwy., Lindenhurst

Kiren China in Lindenhurst serves authentic Chinese and Japanese cuisine along with a selection of bubble teas. Choose a milk tea and add a topping (or a few!) from choices including tapioca pearl black, boba passion fruit, green tea jelly and more.

Kung Fu Tea 

358 N Broadway, Hicksville

Kung Fu Tea located in the Broadway Commons mall is a part of a franchise that creates bubble tea using tea leaves handpicked from the high mountains of Taiwan, premium ingredients, and a unique drink-making process. It offers a variety of classic tea drinks and milk bubble teas including milk strike and milk cap which has a frothy topping.

Mr. Wish 

38 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck

Originating in Taiwan, Mr. Wish serves natural and fresh tea beverages, specializing in creative bubble teas and fruit drinks. It sells fruit teas, fresh babo, diced fruit teas, and milk teas with classic toppings such as bubble, pudding and coconut jelly.

Station Market 

118 Secatogue Avenue, Farmingdale

Station Market offers a full line of milk bubble teas including jasmine milk bubble tea, matcha milk bubble tea, coconut milk bubble tea and many others.

Tao’s Bakery & Dim Sum 

2460 Nesconset Hwy, Stony Brook

Complement your dim sum, steamed dumplings or congee with one of Tao’s yummy bubble tea choices like mango milk tea, red bean milk tea and taro milk tea.