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Privy 5 New York Afternoon Tea

If leisurely snacking on dainty finger foods and sipping on aromatic teas is the perfect way to spend your afternoon then Afternoon Tea is perfect for you. Originally a British tradition, Afternoon Tea is now a popular and widely enjoyed by many. Keep reading for a list of the best places to partake in Afternoon Tea in the city.

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Gramercy/Flatiron

    Cuisine: Cafe/Coffee/Tea/Bakery

    56 Irving Place (between 17th and 18th streets) New York City NY 10003
    +1 212 533 4466
    Divans, mismatched chairs, fringed lamp shades and Victorian bric-a-brac are used to create a suitably "tea drinking" setting in a meticulously restored early 19th century, NYC brownstone. Lady Mendl, herself loathed this type of grand kitsch, but the weekend tea service is extremely popular, as is the lunchtime lecture, “The History, Rituals, and Artistry of Afternoon Tea”. This venue seats only ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: East Village

    Cuisine: Cafe/Coffee/Tea/Bakery

    230 E 9th St 2nd Fl New York NY 10079
    (212) 228-8030
    The claim to fame for Cha An is probably chef/owner, Tomoko Kato who did turns at the Russian Tea Room, and apprenticed with Bill Yosses at Bouley Bakery - he is the Obama's pastry chef . Opened in 2005, Cha An is extremely popular with visitors seeking their just desserts; it presents a delectable range of tea choices and sweet treats as well as savory appetizers. Décor creates a traditional Japa ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Midtown

    Cuisine: Cafe/Coffee/Tea/Bakery

    57 East 57th Street The Four Seasons New York City NY 10022
    (212) 758-5700
    The lobby/lounge of the mid-town Four Seasons Hotel doubles as one of the more vibrant NYC afternoon tea venues. This hotel has their very own "tea sommeliers" to ensure that no tepid, stewed brews are on their menus. The ritual of afternoon tea is reaching new heights and we are talking "four course" tea tasting menus which include Tung Ting, Fragrant Taiwan Oolong, and other loose-leaf teas. The ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Midtown

    Cuisine: Cafe/Coffee/Tea/Bakery

    700 Fifth Avenue at 55th Street The Peninsula Hotel New York City NY 10019
    (212) 956-2888
    The old-school Asian connection and charm is not overlooked in this NYC version of the Hong Kong Peninsula, luxury hotel chain. Extensively renovated and located in the Landmark Beaux Arts building on Fifth Avenue. Snagging a cab may be difficult, but not if you are the Osbornes, this is Ozzie and Sharons' favorite New York haunt. Perhaps its way they brew the Earl Grey which attracts them. If not ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Midtown

    Cuisine: Cafe/Coffee/Tea/Bakery, Korean

    12 Park Ave (between 34th St & 35th St) New York City NY 10016
    (212) 213-1001
    If you are seeking enlightenment a serene atmosphere and a Korean, temple-styled, traditional tea room in the middle of New York, you aren't looking for a needle in a haystack; sample Franchia. Principally this is a vegetarian restaurant which makes use of green tea in virtually every meal, including thank goodness, the meditative high tea ceremony. Franchia offers a Korean high tea ceremony, rice ... read more >

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