New food items being considered for the menu include tea eggs, dumplings, waffles topped with boba and popcorn chicken, Appleby said.
Since opening, several new drinks have already been added to the menu, Appleby said, including horchata milk tea, honeydew milk tea and a pina colada flavored smoothie drink with rainbow jelly. Other new drinks include one made with macha milk tea and crystal boba as well as the Mango Lava—made with chili powder popping boba and mango smoothie, topped with chamoy.
Several other promotions are being planned prior to the grand opening, Appleby said. Members of the military can get a free drink on Memorial Day if they show their military ID. On Fathers Day, anyone who comes to the shop with their father can get him a drink for free. Members of the military can also get 10% off a drink with a military ID during normal business hours, Appleby said.
Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly identified Tali Appleby as the owner of Boba Bear Teahouse. She is the Operations Manager.