Now Open: Paletas Betty Tempe

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Don't say we didn't warn you, Tempe. You now have another spot on Mill Ave to find tasty cold treats. 

The second location of the beloved Paletas Betty opened this past weekend just in time to cool off  ASU students. 

Located around the corner from the defunct Dunkin Donuts, the paletas shop sits just off the beaten path at 425 S. Mill Ave. (technically it's on 5th Street). Their homemade ice treats are made of high-quality ingredients and seasonal fruit. 

This week at the new location, you can score flavors like chocolate, mango, fresa con crema, arroz con leche, mango con chile and more. Click here for a list of all their offerings. 

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