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  • Take Ten Cafe

    3303 Harbor Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626-1530

  • Tan Hoang Huong Sandwiches and Coffee

    Tan Hoang Huong Sandwiches and Coffee

    14081 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780

  • Tapioca Express

    5408 Walnut Ave. Irvine, CA 92604-2500

  • Tapioca Express

    2636 Dupont Dr Irvine, CA 92612-1687

  • Tapioca Express

    4250 Barranca Parkway Irvine, CA 92604

  • Tastea

    20 City Blvd. W. Orange, CA 92868

  • Tasty Sandwiches

    9374 Westminster Blvd. Westminster, CA 92683

  • Tea and Sympathy

    369 E. 17th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627-3205

  • Tea Party Lounge

    16173 Brookhurst St. Fountain Valley, CA 92708

  • Tea Station

    15333 Culver Drive Irvine, CA 92604

    You remember when boba was all the rage in the nineties? Tea Station was one of those at the forefront of that trend. Although no one talks much about boba now, Tea Station still grows strong because it know that boba was a fad; but good, honest food is forever. Diners still opt for those starch ball-ladened drinks here, but only so that they have something to chase down the lunch specials that feature rice, veggies, and a nicely done fried pork chop served in a bento box. That's not to say their tea drinks aren't good. They are--brewed from quality leaves and shaken like they were cocktails. More >>

  • Teavana

    3333 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Teazone Lollicup

    9550 Bolsa Ave. Westminster, CA 92683

  • Tebo Tebo Tea Lounge

    Tebo Tebo Tea Lounge

    15556 Brookhurst St. Westminster, CA 92683

  • Temptation Cafe

    111 S. Harbor Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92704

  • Ten Ren Tea

    Ten Ren Tea

    665 N. Euclid Anaheim, CA 92801
    714-635-6665 Ten Ren Tea Time in Anaheim is a Chinese restaurant that is most famous for its boba tea. No doubt you've heard the array of monikers (tapioca ball, pearl tea, black pearls, boba, bubble, milk tea) that make ordering that milky, pastel-colored cold drink with a fat straw and dark marbles on the bottom of the cup a little tricky. The craze was born in Taiwan about 25 years ago, when stands sold the cold teas as an after-school treat for kids. The gummy "pearls" are balls of cooked tapioca starch, reprocessed cassava or "yucca" root. TenRen's Tea in Anaheim gets our vote for being around for 10 years, long before the boba craze became mainstream in the U.S. And they do their boba old-school-style: no shrink-wrapping over the plastic cup, no powdery artificial-tasting teas, and a good selection of flavors (including flan!). And their pearls are the perfect consistency: pliant and smooth. More >>

  • Terrace Cafe

    18201 Von Karman Ave. Irvine, CA 92612-1000

  • Town & Country Cafe

    1100 W. Town and Country Road Orange, CA 92868

  • Tra Teahouse

    14291 S. Euclid St. Garden Grove, CA 92843

  • Tustany Espresso & Cafe

    2321 E. 4th St. Santa Ana, CA 92705-3861