Afternoon tea not only offers you a chance to get a little nibble and caffeine boost during those long hours between lunch and dinner, but it also offers you the opportunity to inject a little relaxation and quietude into your day. Below are our five favorite establishments for afternoon tea in New York.
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Tracy Stern, founder of Salon Tea and author of “Tea Party” visited The Couch to show us how to throw a tea party with unique details that would make any mom feel special.
Tyler Gage and Dan MacCombie, now both 27, hatched a plan while at Brown University to carve out a piece of the $6.5 billion tea industry.
In this week’s Dine On Demand segment, we visited Alice’s Tea Cup on East 64th Street.
Fancy a hot cuppa tea to warm your insides on this freezing cold evening? We know we could use a little more than hot chocolate to keep us warm. These are the best spots for grown-up tea parties.
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The Wanted went downtown to Sarabeth’s Tribeca for tea and cookies while explaining British slang and reminiscing about once being waiters themselves.
Fancy a spot of tea? Here are the best places to bring the British tradition to the Big Apple — the best afternoon tea spots in NYC.
For java junkies or tea enthusiasts looking to get their fix. Here’s a list of ten such places and a sample of their prices.