A new sign arrived in late February at 9 St. Mark's Place between Second Avenue and Third Avenue...
The upstairs space will soon be home to Nohohon Tea Room, a bubble tea shop with a location in Toronto.
Here's more about their product via their website:
Nohohon Tea Room offers a healthier alternative flavours for bubble tea enthusiasts! Keeping true to the owner roots our green teas are imported from Japan and are steeped to the every guests’ order. Nohohon Tea Room specializes for Matcha drinks, which are hand whisked to each order ensuring maximum freshness.
Our tea is white-sugar Free and uses no artificial powders or powdered milk in the drinks. Pure sugar cane and organic agave are used as a basic sweetener. We also offers an option of sugar-free sweetener and dairy alternatives, Almond milk and Soy milk to cater to your dietary needs. We are also able to offer Vegan and Gluten-Free bubble teas ...
According to Bedford + Bowery, who first reported on Nohohon's arrival, this will make the sixth business to sell bubble tea in this block of St. Mark's Place. (And probably not the last.)
This space was previously home to the Brooklyn Dark Hemp Bar, which closed after just three months last October when the city said the cafe needed four sinks — one for soaking dishes, two others for sanitizing and rinsing dishes, and one for hand washing.
We don't know how many sinks are inside now ... at least three...
Previously on EV Grieve:
First U.S. hemp bar is now open on St. Mark's Place
[Updated] City forces the country's 1st Hemp Bar to close on St. Mark's Place