A healthy bub­ble tea shop opens on Yonge

Plus a jew­ellery store turns 50, and a new gym spe­cial­iz­ing in group ex­er­cise ar­rives

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Hey Sugar, a new healthy bub­ble tea shop, of­fers a va­ri­ety of milk and re­fresh­ing teas. Not only does it make its own tapi­oca balls (no colour­ing is added), it of­fers some unique creations like the black sesame milk tea with taro and pur­ple rice. To cel­e­brate the grand open­ing of its first Cana­dian lo­ca­tion on Oct. 20, the shop gave cos­tumers free drinks, deals and coupons. The store is dec­o­rated and de­signed with lit­eral de­pic­tions of the word “bub­ble” from the chairs to the wall dec­o­ra­tions (5379 Yonge St., 647351-5550).

Lit­tle Pearls Pe­di­atric Den­tistry opened its first Cana­dian lo­ca­tion on Nov. 25. This unique den­tistry pro­vides chil­dren with a com­fort­able den­tal care ex­pe­ri­ence. What sets pe­di­atric den­tists apart is the two to four years of ad­di­tional train­ing fo­cus­ing on emo­tional and psy­cho­log­i­cal devel­op­ment of chil­dren. New pa­tients are wel­come to come and re­ceive the pro­fes­sional con­sul­ta­tion of Dr. Deb­o­rah Aber and Dr. Vandna Sharma (81 Billy Bishop Way, Unit D2, 416-960-4422).

Samuel Klein­berg Jeweller­sis cel­e­brat­ing its 50th an­niver­sary. To com­mem­o­rate this event, the glob­ally rec­og­nized store will be hav­ing a sale — a per­fect chance to pickup some hol­i­day presents. Cus­tomers can find ex­quis­ite jew­ellery de­signs and can even cre­ate their own unique piece (3130 Bathurst St., Suite 204, 416-789-7557).

Cur­rent and fu­ture elec­tric ve­hi­cle own­ers can go to for a va­ri­ety of ser­vices. The non-profit Plug’N Drive or­ga­ni­za­tion gives own­ers the op­por­tu­nity to charge their ve­hi­cles, as well as pur­chase charg­ing sta­tions for their home. Prospec­tive buy­ers can come in and test drive avail­able mod­els and learn more about the ben­e­fits of switch­ing from gaso­line. Al­though no cars are sold here, the Elec­tric Ve­hi­cle Dis­cov­ery Cen­tre is a great way for peo­ple to learn more about this tech­nol­ogy (1126 Finch Ave. W., 647-717-6941).

Dim Sum Queen is a new restau­rant that spe­cial­izes in all things dim sum. Along their wide se­lec­tion of dim sum that in­cludes veg­e­tar­ian op­tions, the restau­rant also serves up wok favourites like Gen­eral Tao Chicken and Veg­etable Chow Mein. They also serve BBQ duck. Those look­ing for au­then­tic chi­nese flavours might want to check out this new spot. And the dim sum is all-you-can-eat! (861 York Mills Rd., 416-233-9999).

Vesko Salov has been fix­ing bikes since he was seven years old. He now owns his own shop, Wheels.

Fly­ing Cel­e­brat­ing its 10th an­niver­sary this past Novem­ber, the store, owned and run by Salov him­self, spe­cial­izes in fix­ing, tune-ups and cus­tom builds. Fly­ing Wheels has thrived thanks to Salov’s pas­sion for bikes (3241 Yonge St., 416-322-8818).

Lynn Wong, one of the team mem­bers at Hey Sugar

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