7 Leaves Cafe to Open Third Las Vegas Specialty Tea Location on Durango Drive

The chain serves a selection of specialty tea and other drinks and macarons
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7 Leaves Cafe will soon be furthering its expansion into Las Vegas with its third location in the city, on Durango Dr, opening soon.

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The chain serves a selection of specialty tea and other drinks and macarons. Beverages come in varieties like Mint Sereno, Japanese Match Soy Tea, Vietnamese Coffee, Taro Milk Tea, and Thai Tea, with add-ons like the extremely popular boba pearls, Grass Jelly (made by boiling mesona, “a mint-like plant” popular in East Asia), aloe vera, and custard pudding.

7 Leaves macarons come in eight attractive and colorful varieties including Earl Grey, Green Tea, Sea Salt Caramel, Rose Water, and Pistachio.

The restaurants also offer branded merchandise in the forms of 24- and 32-oz. water bottles and the 7 Leaves Cafe Phin Dripper, “the perfect alternative to disposable paper filters, which [rob] your coffee of essential oils and nutrients.”

Project Contact Jamie Nguyen confirmed the news of the restaurant’s opening in several phone calls with What Now Las Vegas in the past weeks. Nguyen declined to comment further, however, leaving the specific details of the restaurant’s opening—operating hours, differentiation in menu, etc.—unknown for the moment.

The location at 6225 S Durango Dr #101, between W Post Road and W Patrick Lane, occupies a building in a largely residential area near Crumbl Cookies. The restaurant’s opening date has not been announced.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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