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What You'll Get
Shaving ice is a great way to create a refreshing snack, but it's also a surefire way to get the crystalline structure kicked out of a ZZ Top tribute band. Savor icy smoothness with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of shaved ice, smoothies, and treats at Bahama Buck's.
Starting with only a single ice shaver and a hand-built hut, Bahama Buck's founder Blake Buchanan expanded his icy empire to include a menu loaded with arctic indulgences and more than 91 gourmet flavors of Sno. Dessertsmiths drizzle complex flavors such as tangy kiwi, sweet sugar cookie, and emotionally ambivalent Tutti Frutti over fluffy mounds of pulverized ice to create Sno cones ($2.69+), and they also blend the syrups with fruits and juices to spawn creamy smoothies ($3.99+). Guests can optimize neural power by sipping on the rich extracts of pure Kona coffee, blended ice, and cream mingling within Island House Coffee Frostalattes ($3.99+), and frozen limeade ($2.79) puckers drinkers' lips, making them as taut as the bed sheets in a black hole's hotel.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bahama Buck's
Operating under the mantra Flavor Your Life, Bahama Buck's sends its patrons on a tropical holiday with every sip of its gourmet drinks. Island-inspired decor outfits each Bahama Buck's location, and the business's approach to flavor as an art form—with more than 90 flavors of shaved ice—carries over to its smoothies, which send creamy concoctions climbing through straws to rouse tasters with the zest of fresh fruit and juices. Hawaii's Kona coffee beans are used for Island House coffees, and island specialties, such as 100% natural juices, provide an afternoon pick-me-up without the pressure of negotiating with the intimidating children in charge of neighborhood lemonade stands.