Taiwanese Bubble Tea Shop Makes Its Debut On Greenwich Street

06/17/2020 in
Taiwanese Bubble Tea Shop Makes Its Debut On Greenwich Street

Amid the steady reopening of Lower Manhattan businesses, we are delighted to welcome neighborhood newcomer Dragon Horn Tea to 106 Greenwich Street. The Taiwanese bubble tea shop opened its doors on Monday and is offering several drink options, from your traditional bubble milk tea to a refreshing orange-grapefruit matcha combination. Check out the following shop specials.

Small Taro Ball Milk Tea

small taro milk tea | dragon horn tea

Plum Green Tea

plum green tea | dragon horn tea

Orange-Grapefruit Green Tea

orange grapefruit matcha tea | dragon horn tea

See you soon!

dragon horn tea exterior

 

Seeking more takeout and delivery options? Be sure to bookmark our living list of Lower Manhattan restaurants and food sources so that you won’t have to scramble to keep up with what’s currently available.   

photos: Dragon Horn Tea

Tags: bubble tea, dining, dragon horn tea

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