Taking Tea in Indianapolis

Taking Tea in Indianapolis

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by Mac Jamieson Must-visit venues in the Hoosier State’s capital Since 1911, Indianapolis has become synonymous with the...
Nina’s Marie-Antoinette

Nina’s Marie-Antoinette

A French Tea House with Royal Charm Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography Courtesy of Nina’s of Paris A short stroll from some of Paris’s popular...

Taking Tea in Pennsylvania

Come along for a tearoom tour of southeastern Pennsylvania.
Fancy That: Making Memories One Tea Cup at a Time

Fancy That: Making Memories One Tea Cup at a Time

 “Memory maker” is a title Sarah Erlandson, proprietor of Fancy That in Walpole, Massachusetts, says she treasures. Even as a young child, Sarah was...
Afternoon Tea on the Move

Afternoon Tea on the Move

By Jane Pettigrew All aboard for uniquely British teatimes! Ever since its heyday in the frothy, high-fashion days of the Edwardian period at the beginning of the 20th...

Taking Tea at the Baccarat Hotel New York

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography Courtesy of Baccarat Hotel New York Baccarat crystal has been world-renowned for its exquisitely crafted pieces since the...
Tea Treasures of Portland

Tea Treasures of Portland

Text by Lorna Reeves Something for all tastes in Oregon’s largest city Anyone visiting Oregon’s most populous city is likely to see slogans such as “Keep...
Quebec sidewalks

Teatime in Québec

With gourmet food, charming sidewalk cafes, and fashionable salons de thé in nearly every neighborhood, vacationing in Quebec is like a trip to France—without the transatlantic plane ticket.
bright-lights

Bright Lights Beckon Tea Lovers

In New York’s Theatre District, afternoon tea is flourishing.
Edenton Tea Rebellion

The Edenton Tea Rebellion

Penelope Barker organized a second tea rebellion in Edenton, North Carolina in 1774.

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