Top Tea Rooms and Boutiques

Top Tea Rooms and Boutiques

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Weve rounded up some great tea rooms that are ideal for either lounging, tasting, purchasing, or taking an afternoon teatime break.

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    The teas are directly sourced by founder Francois Xavier-Delmas from tea plantations throughout the world. Though they run a tea school in Paris, New Yorkers will have to content themselves with Le Palais des Thés’ two boutiques.
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    A more traditional, authentic experience; the tiny tea room is quiet and decor is a minimalist union of wooden furniture and calligraphy. The menu informs you of each tea’s regional origin & of the season in which the leaves were harvested.
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    Tea & Sympathy is quaint and unremarkable from the outside. Assorted teapots and British memorabilia line the interior walls; they also sell an assortment of British candy! The tea and scones are popular here, as is anything on the breakfast menu.
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    McNulty's is definitely one of the few tea shops that will not put a huge dent in your wallet. The store is packed with intricate aromas and it never gets too busy or crowded.
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    The cafe is located in the infamous "Physical GraffiTea" building of Led Zeppelin's sixth studio album. The tea room is slightly below ground level, which elicits a quiet getaway atmosphere.
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    This casual, cash only Japanese tea room is notable for its tea, but also for its desserts. If youre not looking for anything sweet, then come here before 6 and grab a seat in this tiny St Marks Place hideout.
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    Visiting Podunk is like spending an afternoon in a friends living room. The furniture is charmingly mismatched and eclectic, as is the wall decor.
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    Many of their teas are organic. With plenty of trees and plants, the store feels like a mysterious Brooklyn forest.
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    The storefront is teeny but it oozes charm; small wooden tables fill the parlor and there are lounge chairs in the back.
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    Unlike other tea rooms and storefronts, this is a great cafe for getting work done. Press Tea is sun soaked and warm, thanks to large windows, and there is ample seating, plus an inviting couch.
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