Text by Betty Terry • Photography by John O'Hagan Kentucky, especially the Bluegrass Region in the central part of the state, is known for two things—horseracing...
TeaTime will exhibit at the 4th Annual Coffee & Tea Festival Philly. The event will take place November 5-6, 2016 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
In Georgetown, Colorado, Jeannette Peterson serves up tall tales and afternoon tea at 8,500 feet.
Penelope Barker organized a second tea rebellion in Edenton, North Carolina in 1774.
Explore the tearooms in northern and central New Jersey.
Central Michigan offers some great opportunities to view beautiful fall leaves and sip and savor a cup of tea.
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.
In Boston, a city known for a famous 1773 tea party, havens for taking tea are abundant again.
New York's Chinatown offers an abundance of tea choices for tea lovers.
International tea expert Jane Pettigrew explores some of the quirkier options of afternoon tea in London.