By Sandy Leung
Sharetea Metreon in downtown San Francisco has a new product called the "Fruity Bottle Shake". It comes in three refreshing flavors, Pineapple, Mango or Strawberry. These delicious fruity drinks are incredibly fresh, made-to-order and oh, so delicious!
With its super creamy flavor and extremely fresh fruit puree blended into a to-go bottle that has it's own cap, the mini bubbles in this drink are half the size of the standard tapioca pearls. These cute bubbles are remain extremely chewy throughout the entire experience, even down to the last drop! When it is about half full, you can drink it straight from the bottle without needing a straw.
They're a lot of fun to drink as it fills your mouth with chewy goodness and instantly brings you to your favorite tropical island with a smooth and frothy sip. Grab one or a few of these to-go and you don't have to worry about it ever spilling in your bag or car! These bottles are great because you may not always finish your drink so you get to take these home for a yummy afternoon snack. Just make sure to shake this fruity bottle and your drink will taste just as fresh as they made it earlier that day.
Sharetea was recently named #1 in an article I wrote for Chowhound.com titled "10 Best Places to get Bubble Tea in San Francisco"; check out which ten boba shops made the cut.
This Sharetea location is so conveniently situated inside the Metreon food court inside the heart of downtown SF. There's also plenty of seating inside this space. Enjoy fresh bubble tea right before or after your movie or Target run. haretea provides a great variety of drinks (black milk teas, green milk teas and fruit teas) made from high quality teas. They also offer many toppings like bubbles (also known as boba or tapioca pearls), red bean, grass jelly, lychee jelly and egg pudding.
Address: Sharetea Metreon, 135 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Neighborhood: Financial District/Downtown, SoMa
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Take a stroll under (you literally go right underneath the waterfalls through a passageway) the soothing and majestic waterfalls of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial inside the beautiful Yerba Buena Gardens right outside or feel like a kid again and ride their beautiful outdoor Leroy King Carousel located at the Children's Creativity Museum; this isn't just for kids! Hydrate before spending some time at the Moma (Museum of Modern Art) that's located just across the street!
Nearby Sweets Recommendations:
If you're someone with a big sweet tooth and bubble tea isn't enough, go around the corner to Cako Bakery to pick up a delicious cupcake; my personal favorites are their Red Velvet and Reese's Peanut Butter Cup or to the Cako Creamery (that's just across from their bakery) to get some traditional ice cream or their fun and colorful macaron ice cream sandwiches!
Don't forget to check in on Yelp to get a free egg pudding topping.
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