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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

7 Delicious Treats To Beat The Heat

Posted By on Tue, May 27, 2014 at 11:46 AM

The end of May is looming over us, which means the thermometer is about to go up in Texas. Don't fret, there's always a frosty treat near in SA.

1. SA Pops (3420 N St. Mary's)

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Paletas dipped in chocolate, strawberry or sprinkles! What more could you ask for? (Courtesy)

2. Frozen Fridays (447 W Hildebrand, Ste 105) 

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Summer wouldn't be complete without a mangonada. (Courtesy)

3. Suck it (6565 Babcock)

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Because everyone needs some tapioca pearls in their lives. (Courtesy)

4. Yumiberry Yogurt (12651 Vance Jackson)

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Whoever said powdered donuts do not belong in froyo hasn't lived. (Courtesy)

5. Gorilla Shaved Ice (2355 Goliad

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Mangonadas, classic raspas and more can be found at this little jem. (Courtesy)

6. Tong's Thai (1146 Austin Hwy)

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Nothing beats the heat like slurping some tapioca peals through a straw. Cash preferred. (Jennifer Alejos)

7. One Lucky Duck (303 Pearl Pkwy, Ste 109)

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The best way to get our daily fill of fruits and veggies is through a smoothie, of course! (Courtesy)

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