We’re ad­dicted to bub­ble teas and smoothie bowls.

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The Juice Laun­dry Though this Navy Yard cafe spe­cial­izes in cold­pressed juices, it also has a tasty menu of bowls. Smooth­ies like “Su­per­man” (drag­on­fruit, goji berries, house-made al­mond milk) form the base with acai and are topped with fruit and house gra­nola for an en­ergy-boost­ing meal. 1331 4th St. SE, 202.813.3679 Ko­kee Tea Founded by two friends, this North­ern Vir­ginia-based spot pours milk teas in fla­vors like matcha and Oreo topped with ingredients like honey boba (tapi­oca pearls) and ly­chee jelly. Fash­ion Cen­tre at Pen­tagon Mall, 1100 S. Hayes St., Ar­ling­ton, Va., no phone Kung Fu Tea This Tai­wan im­port pours an eclec­tic col­lec­tion of milk teas, punches and slushies with house-made boba. Top sell­ers in­clude “Red Bean Wow Milk” with sweet red beans and “Taro Slush,” a laven­der-hued blend (try it with nata jelly, a trop­i­cal mix of pineap­ple and co­conut). 1529 Wis­con­sin Ave. NW, 2nd floor, 202.808.9628 South Block With sev­eral lo­ca­tions, this store makes it easy to pick up one of its acai bowls. Our fa­vorite? The PBJ, blend­ing or­ganic acai, peanut but­ter, ba­nanas, blue­ber­ries and al­mond milk, topped with gra­nola. Union Mar­ket (lim­ited menu), 1308 5th St. NE; 106 N. Lee St., Old Town, Alexan­dria, Va., 703.465.8423

For more de­li­cious bub­ble teas and healthy smoothie bowls in the city, visit where­trav­eler.comThis month, we’re lov­ing trendy bub­ble teas and smoothie bowls. Here are a few of our fa­vorites around town. Ko­kee Tea

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