TeaTime 15: Notable Tearooms

TeaTime 15: Notable Tearooms That Have Stood The Test of Time

The art and tradition of afternoon tea continues not only in homes around the world, but also in tearooms and restaurants that wish to...
Afternoon Tea in Houston

Afternoon Tea in Houston

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by John O’Hagan Houston is a crucial part of Texas’s fascinating history. After all, its name honors the...
Warm and Cozy

Warm & Cozy

In Washington State, the community of knitters loves tea.
September/October 2018 Issue Preview

September/October 2018 Issue Preview

The September/October 2018 issue of TeaTime includes inspiring content to plan a festive fall season. Discover a variety of ways to cook and bake with tea,...
Caffè Florian

Caffè Florian

Wearing its best smile for almost three centuries Text by Barbara Gulley • Photography Courtesy of Caffè Florian Database Caffè Florian, like Venice, Italy, itself, is...
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Taking Tea in Boston

In Boston, a city known for a famous 1773 tea party, havens for taking tea are abundant again.
Taking Tea in Richmond

Taking Tea in Richmond

Text by Britt Crawford • Photograph Courtesy of Richmond Region Tourism A city steeped in history and tea Established in 1737, Richmond, Virginia, has played to...
The Tea People of Hawaii

The Tea People of Hawaii

Anyone who has ever visited Hawaii knows it is a magical place with a powerful spirit and a positive approach to life. How wonderful, then, that...
To Sip and To Hold

To Sip and To Hold

Text by Britt Crawford Wedding venues with notable tea services While it might not be a first inclination to host a tea party to commemorate a...

Tea Treasures in the English Countryside

Some of England’s best tearooms are tucked away in small towns.

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