Mobile Hawaiian Shaved Ice Party for 25, 50, or 100 from Hang Loose Hawaiian Shave Ice (Up to 50% Off)

Los Angeles

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$300 50% $150
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In a Nutshell

Hawaiian shaved ice truck comes to location of your choice to serve shaved ice in flavors such as strawberry, pina colada, peach, and lime

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid within a 20 mile radius of 91352. Additional charge may occur outside the 20 mile radius. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

  • $150 for mobile shaved ice party for 25 people ($300 value)
  • $225 for mobile shaved ice party for 50 people ($450 value)
  • $350 for mobile shaved ice party for 100 people ($650 value)

Snow Cones: Sugar and Ice and Everything Nice

A deliciously simple mixture of ice and flavored syrup, snow cones are perfect for carnivals, parties, and summer time. Read on to learn more about this sweet staple.

Snow cones. Snowballs. Raspa. Kakigori. The frozen treat goes by many names, but it seems that almost every country has one or more variations on a shaved-ice dessert. The basic foundation is always the same: sweet syrups poured over crushed or shaved ice—a quintessential warm-weather treat.

But regional variations abound. The “snowball” traces its roots back to Baltimore, where it’s made with shaved ice and often topped with marshmallow. New Orleans also has its own take on the snowball, made with ice shaved so fine it’s usually served with a straw. “Shave ice” hails from Hawaii, a variation on the Japanese version, kakigori. Whereas ice is otherwise only used to cool down volcanoes, these island versions often come in a signature “rainbow” flavor and sport toppings of vanilla ice cream and sweet azuki beans.

The snow cone made its first appearance at the 1919 Texas State Fair. Its inventor, Samuel Bert, patented his ice-crushing machine, and his State Fair stand went on to sell more than a million cones a year by 1951.

Customer Reviews

So GREAT! We booked the truck to come to the park for my son's 11th birthday. We had 25 kids running around with Nerf guns, and everyone was thrilled when the truck showed up. I had one myself -- delicious! The portions are big, the product is good, and the servers were really nice. A wonderful experience. I will do it again!
Leslie P. · April 17, 2016

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