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Where to find icy treats around San Antonio

Beat the South Texas heat with cold snacks at these local spots

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We love our chamoy here in SA + Gorilla Shaved Ices does not disappoint.

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So far this year, we’ve had 48 100-degree days in San Antonio and residents have been trying to find ways to cool off from these record breaking temperatures. With no end in sight from the scorching heat, we’ve rounded up seven places around the Alamo City to get all things shaved ice, raspas, snow cones, and more.

Hokulani Shave Ice, Multiple locations

This traveling truck serves up gourmet Hawaiian-style shave ice. From Saturday, August 19 through Sunday, August 20, 50% of every cup purchased at the Pearl Farmers Market will go to support those affected by the fires in Maui.

Big Daddy’s Treats, 228 E. Cevallos St.

Come hang out at this Southtown snack shop that’s serving up icy treats including mangonadas, banana spilts, slushies, shakes, and more.

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Cool off with icy snacks from Big Daddy Treats.

Aloha Shaved Ice, Multiple locations

Visit one of two Northside locations and grab a cup of shaved ice with all the fixings including fresh fruit and chamoy.

Cubita’s Raspas, 10525 TX-1604 Loop

Drive through this local spot for cold treats and snacks including shaved ice, mangonadas, corn in a cup, nachos, and more.

Snow Bros Shave Ice, Multiple locations

Landing at new locations daily, this shaved ice truck makes hand-crafted signature treats like the Texas Heat, Strawberry Delight, and Mango Tropical.

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Treat yourself to shave ice from Snow Bros Shave Ice

Señor Snow at Babcock, 6565 Babcock Rd.

This Mexican snack bar is serving up everything from warm snacks to shaved ice creations. Swing by daily for specialty treats including a Paleta Sandia or a Senor Mangonada.

Gorilla Shaved Ice, 2355 Goliad Rd.

Open seven days a week, bring the family out for treats like raspas, corn in a cup, mangonadas, and more.

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