The District at Green Valley Ranch, a mixed-use shopping, dining and lifestyle center in the Las Vegas Valley, announced the addition of Zero Degrees, a unique California-based eatery and frozen drink chain best known for its colorful mangonadas, boba teas, fresh-fruit-infused slushies and imaginative food offerings ranging from popcorn chicken cones to its signature bright-red hot Cheetos elotes.
The 1,339-square-foot Zero Degrees, slated to open this spring, will be located at 2235 Village Walk Drive, near Me Gusta Tacos.
“The District at Green Valley Ranch is honored to have been chosen as Zero Degrees newest location in the Las Vegas Valley,” says Heath McCue, CMD, Director of Marketing for the shopping center. “The vibrant Zero Degrees atmosphere and its unique take on everything from frozen desserts to fruit-filled drinks caters to our shoppers’ desire for new flavors and experiences in their dining choices and makes it the perfect complement to the center’s already enticing retail mix.”
Zero Degrees also offers a modern twist on traditional adult beverages that create the most photogenic, Instagram-worthy drinks on the market. The chain’s most infamous drink, the mangonada, comes in two varieties: a taste bud tantalizing slushie built with chamoy, tajin and fresh chunks of mango, and the mangonada twist, a layered sensation with an artistically appealing helical fan of spiced mango fruits that make the drink as visually appealing as it is mouth-wateringly good.