City of Menifee announces Monsta Snow as June Business Spotlight

Menifee City Council recognizes Monsta Snow. Photo provided by the City of Menifee.

The City of Menifee is announced Monsta Snow as its June Business Spotlight, a program that is a part of the Economic Development Department’s B3 (Building Better Businesses) program.

Located in the Center Point Plaza, the family-owned Monsta Snow is a boba tea and dessert shop owned by Laura and Brian Spencer, who opened their flagship location in Murrieta in 2017. In 2022, they opened their second location to bring their love of boba tea and Asian desserts to their hometown of Menifee.

Monsta Snow offers cold brew tea, milk tea, freshly made boba soaked in brown sugar and honey, as well as a variety of creamy and milky-flavored Taiwanese snow (similar to ice cream, but lighter). Monsta Snow also offers a bubble waffle, which is a popular egg waffle street snack that can be found throughout Hong Kong. They use this as a base for the Taiwanese snow, almost like a waffle cone.

Additionally, Monsta Snow serves savory eats such as fries, cheese curd, lumpia, crispy tofu, and more.

After college, Laura Spencer was not certain of what her future entailed and began working at a boba shop. Ten years later, after starting a family and moving to Menifee, Laura still felt a strong connection to working in the boba industry. The calling to share the Asian culture and its delectable desserts with their community became evident to her, and Menifee presented an opportunity to fulfill this passion.

Monsta Snow’s sweetness extends further through their support of the younger generation, and they have also created a space for those with interests in Asian culture. Monsta Snow has hosted multiple school and club fundraisers, donated rewards for students and school programs, and supported local sports programs. The business has also hosted multiple events, including K-pop (Korean Pop Music) cup sleeve events and anime/car meets.

“Monsta Snow has been a valuable addition to our city,” District 2 Councilmember Ricky Estrada said. “They have created a place for those with similar interests, allowing them to form a tight-knit community. Thank you for contributing to a more united Menifee and for always going above the call of business.”

For more information about Monsta Snow, visit

The City of Menifee Business Spotlight is a free business recognition program to create awareness for the variety of local businesses and their contributions to the Menifee community. Chosen applicants, who are nominated by the community, are honored during a special presentation at a City Council Meeting and receive a free 30-second professional video developed by the Economic Development Department showcased on the city’s business website.


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