Quickly Boba and Snow plans four new locations between now and 2017


Jasmine green tea with boba, chocolate milk slush, poke bowl with wakame salad, macarons. - CLIFF ALEJOS
  • Cliff Alejos
  • Jasmine green tea with boba, chocolate milk slush, poke bowl with wakame salad, macarons.
Proving they've been able to work magic in the corner spot off Maguire and East Colonial (the place is seemingly always packed), the owners of Quickly Boba & Snow have revealed that they're planning more than just the one new location on Universal Boulevard, which is tentatively slated to open in September.

In fact, they're planning three more Quickly locations between 2017 and 2018, as well as a market kiosk at 1st Spring Oriental Market in East Orlando.

First to open will be an Altamonte location in early 2017, then Windermere later in the year, and then, if all goes well, a Lake Mary location in early 2018.

There's already a Boy Kong mural (complete with lucky cat and poke bowl) adorning the walls of the Universal Boulevard location, and the Windemere location is in the rendering stage and will feature ultra-comfy booths.

Also be on the lookout for Orlando's first authentic purikura, a Japanese photo booth, at the Universal Boulevard location (think: customizable Snapchat filters meet full-length arcade-style photo booth). You'll know where it is because there will be a line out the door. 

Quickly Boba & Snow
3214 E. Colonial Drive

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