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The Alley to Take Tea to a New Level on the Strip

An icon of the “beverage aesthetic” is on its way

Three brightly colored Taiwanese-style teas, the signature look of new beverage franchise The Alley.
The Alley
Kei Concpets/Official Site

The huge wave of new tenants and upgrades headed to the Venetian and the Palazzo over the next 12 months now includes a Taiwan-born concept promising to “take tea to a new level of sophistication.”

Overseen by Southern California’s Kei Concepts, The Alley is moving into a corner retail space across from SushiSamba and Once at the Grand Canal Shoppes.

Already a successful franchise in China, Japan, Canada, France, and Australia, The Alley specializes in milk and bubble teas, preparing its own blend of sugar cane syrup and making the pearl-shaped tapioca on site.

Currently pouring in San Gabriel and Rowland Heights, California, with a New York branch ready to debut in September, the brand describes itself as “iconic in beverage aesthetic,” earning a following for its creative design and drink presentations.

Yet to announce an estimated debut date in Las Vegas, Kei Concepts operates two West Coast locations of Súp Noodle Bar and its Northern-style Vietnamese menu, and in Fountain Valley, the pan-Asian Vox Kitchen and new sibling restaurant, Gem Dining, promised to be coming soon.

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Grand Canal Shoppes

3327 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 414-4500 Visit Website

Once

3327 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 607-3797 Visit Website

The Palazzo

3325 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 607-7777 Visit Website

SushiSamba

3327 Las Vegas Boulevard S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-607-0700 Visit Website

The Venetian

3355 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 414-1000 Visit Website

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