This Mr. Boba location opened in 2014 in the old space of Kaffehaus on 7th & Western. Related to the Mr. Boba on 3rd Street. Vampire Juice: Carrot, Beet, Celery, Orange, Apple Frappes, Shakes, Frozen Yogurt, Milk Tea, Flavored Green Tea, Juices, Flavored Black Tea, Smoothies, Frosty Milk, Premium Drinks (Avocado, Acai, Healthy Berry), Slush, Shaved Ice, Coffee, Hot Tea Business hours are usually 11:00 am to 10:00 pm on most days.
Cafe Ola opened in 2014 in the space formerly occupied by Cafe Patio. Coffee, green-tea latte, hot cocoa, milk tea, peach juice, strawberry banana smoothie, honey tea, ice cream, lemonade, soda, and boba drinks… Open seven days a week, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Little Bean is the coffee shop on the third floor of Koreatown Galleria. Serves Lamill coffee, Hong Kong milk tea, patbingsu (Korean shaved-ice dessert), lattes, cakes, waffles, and ice cream. PappaRich buns no longer available as of Summer 2016.
Opened in April 2013, this is the newest location of the I Love Boba franchise. Menu includes smoothies, ice cream, Thai tea, milk tea, boba coffee… Open seven days a week, from 11:00 am to past midnight.
Boba Coffee, Boba Slush, Boba Smoothie, Boba Fruit Tea This is the southern location of the popular I Love Boba frnachise — their original location is north of Wilshire Boulevard between 5th and 6th Streets. (Yes, they do have mango smoothies to which they can add boba.) Also a third location in Koreatown is on Vermont & Olympic. A fourth location on 8th & Oxford.
Opened on April 27, 2011, this location of the I Love Boba franchise is in the same mini-mall as Hodori and Nakwon. On the menu: strawberry-banana smoothie; mango smoothie; misutgaru smoothie; patbingsoo (Korean shaved ice); green-tea latte… Don’t forget to ask for your loyalty card — Buy 10 boba drinks at any of their three locations in Koreatown, get a tall one free.