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Snoh is poppin’ that’s all I got to say. It’s got style in every way you can think of. From its logo to its food, this place is hip. When you enter, you see a wall of amazing, urban art ranging from superheroes to starwars.
You might possibly be living under a rock if you haven’t heard of snoh ice shavery, they kill it in social media, they are always in festivals, and they’re doing so well, there’s opening up second location in Phoenix. Bar none, this is probably the most popular Asian shaved ice place in the Phoenix area.
Snoh has everything your typical shaved ice place has. Besides, well, shaved ice, they have boba. What sets this place apart is that it actually also has brick toast. Though common in places like San Jose, brick toast is one of those things that’s super foreign to your average person in Phoenix. I’ve been seeing brick toast at a couple places recently, so it might be turning mainstream…like Poke.
I find Snoh’s shaved ice a bit grainy compared to most places. I’ve had days I’ve been here where it becomes so grainy and icy I can’t really eat it. It seems more predominate on their fruity flavors than their chocolate and tea flavors.
Brick Toast is impressive, but it’s not always the best option. Brick toast takes a long time to make, it can be very hard to eat, and you get a bit disappointed when you just get a mouthful of airy bread.
This is not targeted to Snoh’s brick toast, I find all brick toast to be like this. Snoh’s brick toast is decently dense, which makes it hard to break down with a fork and share with 10 people. That being said, it makes an awesome dating food.
Snoh does an amazing job at branding. It makes itself known as a place that’s really up to date and doesn’t evoke this cheesy feel you usually get in these types of places. The sleek, wooden walls help quite a bit.
But probably the most fascinating part about Snoh is the amazing artwork they put on their wall. It seems like they switch it out pretty often. You can probably stare at the walls for hours and not get bored.
Snoh also has a pretty nice coffee table area in the front. Of course, we play jenga on it, but it also has some funny coffee table books.
Oh, and it has fun little decorations where you’re encouraged to take pictures of. Smart!
Not much to say here. You order from the cashier and they call your order. When it gets busy, expect a longer-than-usual wait.
Like $3.00 to $5.00 dollars for a standard cold desert. Specialty items like combos and brick toast will cost you a bit more. If you’re just here for grab and go, then the options are perfectly affordable.
Basic selection of goods but since you can mix and match, the possibilities are endless. Snoh even gives you a top 10 combo list for you to choose your stuff.
On a small little white board, they tell you some new stuff that’s going on, so if you’re into new things, I’d choose off that menu.
If you’re in the middle of Phoenix, it’s hot, and you need to cool off, Snoh is your best bet.
Of course, Phoenix is generally very hot so the next time you’re around Camelback and need something to cool off, go in, order up, admire the artwork and enjoy the food.