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5 Best Bubble Tea Places in Utah!

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If you haven’t yet experienced the delicious magic of bubble tea, you must visit one of the excellent bubble tea spots in Utah. This Taiwanese beverage is a tea base combined with either fruit of milk, complimented by chewy, delicious tapioca balls. If you’re in the mood for a fun, fruity, and satisfying drink, check out the five best bubble tea places in the state. 

Pho Plus, Orem and Provo, UT

Pho Plus is a popular Vietnamese restaurant with two locations in Utah Valley. Along with pho, stir fries, vermicelli plates, and combination plates, Pho Plus serves up delicious tempura ice cream and classic bubble tea. Flavors include peach, mango, lychee, strawberry, raspberry and taro. If you’re not tired of slurping after your pho, bubble tea makes for a nice post-dinner treat. 

The Tea Bar, Salt Lake City, UT

At the Tea Bar, bubble tea is the name of the game. Unlike most places in Utah that sell bubble tea, the Tea Bar has a very wide variety of flavors, mix-ins, and bases. Your bubble tea can be milk tea, green tea, or black tea, and if you want to get really creative, you can even mix flavors. The Tea Bar attracts a regular crowd of true bubble tea lovers. 

The Orange Peel, Multiple locations

With three locations in Utah (St. George, Sandy, and Springville) the Orange Peel specializes in bubble tea and smoothies, and its bubble tea actually shares some similarities with the traditional smoothie—it is creamy, refreshing, and naturally colorful. Like the Tea Bar in Salt Lake City, the Orange Peel has an impressive selection of bubble tea flavors, including cantaloupe, orange cream, cocoa bean, avocado, strawberry, and passionfruit. 

Pearl Milk Tea Club, Ogden, UT

At Pearl Milk Tea Club, cute plastic cups filled with milky, fruity goodness entice even the biggest bubble tea skeptics. Whether you like your bubble tea hot or cold, you will like the sight of beautiful, plump tapioca pearls at the base of these perfectly slurpable beverages. You’ll probably also be tempted to grab some Hi-Chews on your way out of the shop. 

Boba World, Woods Cross, UT

Even though it’s named after boba/bubble tea, Boba World (which is both run and owned by the same charming family) also has a strong reputation for delicious, fresh food. If you have the opportunity to order one of their fresh, far-from-artificial boba drinks, you should also consider trying their pineapple chicken and potstickers, both of which are crowd favorites. 

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