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Eater | NYC Restaurants and Tea

December 03, 2014

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14767806790_ac327d0328_cThe tea scene/service (and not just afternoon tea) in restaurants and hotels is fascinating…

14773317540_9ffc14eeff_c…mainly because it’s a challenging affair and there are many ways to approach it.

14954466105_50ba828665_cA lot of it ties to the clientele and dining expectations. Along with budgets and physical space. And while I’ve never passed on visiting a restaurant because tea service wasn’t noteworty…

14954464435_0aedac475f_c…I naturally steer towards restaurants that put extra care into tea options and presentation. Simply because it’s nice. Details made a difference. So for today, a tea piece on the NYC restaurant scene for Eater. Detailed looks at each restaurant coming soon ^-^



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