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Best Boba Places in North Dakota

What is bubble tea you ask? 

Bubble tea is a drink that originated from Taiwan. It contains a few ingredients that include a tea concentrate, milk or creamer, a sweetener of some sort and a few toppings. That’s all there is to it! A typical bubble tea drink is a black milk tea, which has black tea, sweetened condensed milk and tapioca pearls as the topping, it’s a classic. 

You can read more about what is bubble tea here. 

Now that you know a bit about boba and bubble tea, are you ready to learn about the best boba places in North Dakota? There isn’t that much that we found but we hope this list helps in your boba cravings! 


Small but cute spot in Fargo, North Dakota. If you’re visiting this place for some boba it might be better to grab and go, especially if you have a big group (we know you have a lot of boba friends), this place can get packed with people hanging out. Which isn’t a bad thing but if you’re coming here thinking there will be a seat open, the chances are slim. 

Seems like a lot of locals come here to hang out but we definitely understand why.

With delicious boba, tasty tapioca pearls and a great environment to hang out in; it only makes sense that people stay for a bit! If you’re planning to visit Teaberry for some of your favorite boba flavors, we’d such you grab some classic flavors here. They do these classics the best! 

Tea and Crepe 

Bubble tea with tapioca pearls, crepes with fresh fruits and toppings, and rolled ice cream all at one place? Consider us sold! Maybe you too. 

Think about it, you can come here to satisfy your boba cravings for some black milk tea with tasty boba pearls, have a side of delicious crepes to balance our the sweetness in your milk tea, and then come back around with more sweetness with ice cream! 

If you’re a big sweet tooth person or dessert craver, you’ll have to come to this place. Honestly, despite the boba being really delicious here, we think the crepes here are really good! The warm crepe topped with fresh fruit just has something about it that we enjoy a lot. 

Kones Kreamery 

Obviously being a creamery you can expect Kones Kreamery to have some ice cream. In fact, majority of people that come here actually go for the ice cream but that doesn’t mean their boba isn’t good! 

Some bubble tea flavors that people really enjoy here are their Thai tea milk tea, matcha milk tea and lychee fruit tea! Oh and as an added bonus they have bubble or honeycomb waffles too, in case you wanted extra for your bubble tea or ice cream. 

North Dakota vs South Dakota: Bubble Tea

As you can see here we have more bubble tea places to showcase compared to South Dakota. If you read our best boba places in South Dakota article you’ll quickly find that there wasn’t all that much bubble tea shops to showcase. Even with this article we only suggested 3, 1 more than South Dakota. 

However, don’t be discouraged by the quantity of best boba places in both articles, the quality is still there! Talk Boba will continue to talk about boba for a while but that doesn’t mean we skimp on quality. We’ll only suggest great boba places for you and nothing less! 

If you have any suggestions for more boba places to add into the best boba places in North Dakota please let us know. You can inform us by commenting down below and saying your favorite boba places in North Dakota is “blank” and we’ll be sure to add it to the list. Don’t keep the hidden gems for yourself! 

You can even let our one of a kind boba group know about the hidden gem too! Suggest your favorite boba places here. If you’re still reading this, you might want to find some other boba places too, read the best boba places in each state here. 

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