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Zero Degrees To Bring Mangonadas to the Westside and Henderson

Red, hot Cheetos, Ube milkshakes and spicy Dole Whip floats

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If the violet ube and matcha green desserts headed to Las Vegas aren't bright enough for you, Zero Degrees is importing two locations prepared to dazzle your Instagram feed.

Growing in fame for its vibrant-colored sweet and savory dishes, the brand is best known for its frozen mangonadas and elotes topped with bright red, hot Cheetos.

The California-based company will arrive at The District at Green Valley Ranch in Henderson on March 3 and on March 10 will expand to the west side’s Renaissance Center West retail hub, close to the intersection of Decatur Boulevard and Flamingo Road.

In Henderson, Zero Degrees takes over the shuttered Oil & Vine store, a few steps from Me Gusta Tacos. On the menu, the magonada slush made with chamoy, tajin, and mango chunks, teas, coffees, Cajun fries, popcorn chicken, ube milkshakes, spicy Dole Whip, Sriracha wings, and hot Cheetos chilote.

On Decatur, the 1,634-square-foot expansion replaces a shuttered retail store next to Planet Fitness. Opening hours for both locations have yet to be announced.

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