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TOP 8 TEA-HOUSES & TEA-CAFES IN NEW YORK

Tea-houses and tea-cafes, although known as a very typical English tradition, are now a very fashion culture in the world. In New York you have a wide variety of Tea-houses. So Interior Design Giants wants to help you to chose the best ones to visit and to appreciate the tea and cafe!

Alice’s Tea Cup (www.alicesteacup.com)

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Manhattan (Upper West Side and two locations on the Upper East Side) Alice’s Tea Cup is open 7 days a week. 102 West 73rd St. (212) 799-3006. / 156 East 64th St. (212) 486-9200. / 220 East 81st St. (212) 734-4TEA.

See also: INTERIOR DESIGN GIANTS : TEA HOUSES IN CALIFORNIA BY SWATT| MIERS ARCHITECTS

 

Bosie Tea Parlor (www.bosienyc.com)

Top 8 tea-houses and tea cafes_Bosie Tea ParlorManhattan (West Village) Bosie is open 7 days a week. 10 Morton St. (212) 352-9900.

Cha-An (www.chaanteahouse.com)

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Manhattan (East Village) Open 7 days a week. 230 East 9th St, 2nd Fl. (212) 228-8030.

 

Physical GraffiTea (www.physicalgraffitea.com)

Top 8 tea-houses and tea cafes_physical graffiteaManhattan (East Village) Open 7 days a week. 96 St. Marks. (212) 477-7334.

 

Radiance (www.radiancetea.com)

Top 8 tea-houses and tea cafes_radiance tea houseandbooksManhattan (Midtown) Open 7 days a week. 158 West 55th St. (212) 217-0442

 

Tavalon (www.tavalon.com)

Top 8 tea-houses and tea cafes_tavalon teas3Manhattan (Midtown and Upper West Side) Open 7 days a week. 120 Riverside Blvd. (66th St.) (212) 580-1200. / 830 3rd Avenue.

 

Tea and Sympathy (www.teaandsympathy.com)

Top 8 tea-houses and tea cafes_tea-and-sympathy-teapot3Manhattan (Greenwich Village) Open 7 days a week. 108 Greenwich Avenue. (212) 989-9735.

 

Tea Lounge (www.tealoungeny.com)

Top 8 tea-houses and tea cafes_tea-lounge3Brooklyn (Park Slope) Open 7 days a week. 837 Union St. (718) 789-2762.

Which Tea-house and tea-cafe will be your first option when you go to visit New York?

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