Hiccups Restaurant & Teahouse serving boba tea, Asian cuisine in Frisco

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Hiccups Restaurant & Teahouse opened March 12 at 9144 Prestmont Place, Ste. 220, Frisco. The restaurant serves a fusion of Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine as well as boba tea and coffee. The menu includes pho, noodle dishes, milk teas and smoothies. The location also includes Churroholic, a churro dessert brand owned by Hiccups. 972-292-9515. www.hiccupsteahouse.com


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