Fans of shaved ice listen up because we have the coolest new spot just for you: Snowy Village just opened a new shop in Houston and just in time for summer, according to Eater. The shop is located at 9600 Bellaire Boulevard, Suite 103-A.
Snowy Village serves the most delicious shaved ice creations that you probably won't be able to get anywhere else. The shop is originally from Korea but started branching out in Texas a few years ago.
Some of the creations you will find at this shop include shaved ice with flavors like cheesecake, green tea and watermelon. The shop is known for adding not just flavors but real fruit chunks to their creations and topping them off with whipped cream.
It isn't just refreshing shaved ice either, they also serve Taiyaki. They make the batter like they would a waffle and fill it with things like Nutella, custard and sweet potato. Prices for the delicious treats start at just $3 and can work their way up to $12 depending on size and what you choose to add on.
Snowy Village sets out to cater to all its customers by also offering hot and iced coffees and teas including traditional flavors like caramel and Americano while also having unique flavors like red bean lattes and smoothies.
The exact shop hours are not yet known but it's sister chains are open Sunday through Thursday from11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
For more information on Snowy Village including their full menu, you can visit their website here.
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The exhibits are brought to life by the power of over 9 million LED lights, 111 projectors and 65 incredibly talented artists and craftspeople.
Seismique also provided a fantastic opportunity to Houston-based artists, as 12 of the 40 exhibits were reserved for Houstonians to create their own intergalactic art experiences.
The art experience offers more than just jaw-dropping immersive adventure, as you can even sign up for educational workshops for those looking for technology-driven opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art and math.
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Price: $35 per person
Address: 2306 Highway 6 S., Houston, TX
Why You Need To Go: This incredible art experience is truly unlike anything you've ever seen. You'll walk through 40 different galaxies as you leave behind your 2020 blues and transport to a whole new world of art and technology.