One of Dayton’s newest food trucks is actually a converted short school bus that serves up refreshing treats.
The mobile unit is called Billie Gold Bubble Tea and was launched by Nicole Cornett, co-owner of Cloak & Dagger Tattoo Studio in Dayton and of Salon Lofts salon in the Town & Country shopping center in Kettering, and her husband, Britton Asbury, co-owner of the tattoo studio.
Cornett says on the food truck’s Facebook page that she has been a fan of bubble tea since high school, and wants to share the bubble-tea experience with others in the Dayton area.
Billie Gold Bubble Tea will offer a variety of bubble-tea beverages, including a signature drink called the Rose Gold, described in a release as “a sweet and refreshing coconut milk tea” with rose, tapioca balls and cold-brew coffee from Press coffee shop in Dayton.
For more information on Billie Gold Bubble Tea or to book the food truck for events, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (937) 561-8886.
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