Tea Houses -- Tea Shops--Tea Rooms

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Tea enthusiasts are most often social beings, this is one reason many of us pursue the tea houses or tea shop atmosphere to enjoy. We've written about places we have visited and some of those articles can be found on the pages of Your Cup of Tea.

We would love to expand this area of the site and that's where you come in. Together we can make this the place to go to find tea houses all over the world.

You can show off your pictures of the tea shops you've visited as well.

We have made it a once a month thing to visit one of our favorite tea houses in New York City. Many of you may know of or have visited Alice’s Tea Cup on West 73rd Street. We enjoy the whimsical atmosphere there as well as the tea food they prepare.

It turns out that one of Paul's staff members has a daughter who works there. What's so unusual about that is she went to culinary school in Pittsburgh where Paul and I are from. At the time she was a student there Paul's oldest son was also attending the Pittsburgh Culinary Institute. They got to know each other while going to school together. It made us realize what a small world this really is.

Have you found a hidden tea shop gem that is tucked away in the last place you'd expect to find one.

Are you the man from the Cantor Fitzgerald firm that on 9-11 lost more than 700 employees, who bid $100,000 to have tea with the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson. (What a generous thing to do both on Sarah Ferguson's part and the high bidder's part)

If you are a Donald Trump Celebrity Apprentice fan you'll remember that auction where money was being raised for charity.

Lot's of us are dying to know how the afternoon tea went. What kind of tea was served? What about scones and tea sandwiches, were they extra special?

Let's make this the Tea Houses, Tea rooms, Tea Shops etc. Forum For All

Tell us about that hidden tea shop gem that is tucked away in the last place you expected to find one.

Have you traveled many places of the world and gone to tea? Tell the rest of us all about it.

This is the place to see your own experience and pictures in print on this site, Let the story telling begin.

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Jean Elizabeth's Lavender and Lace Tea Rooms at the Blue Butterfly Gift Shop, Emmaus, PA  
I read your site and Face Book blog daily. So, thought I just had to share my afternoon tea birthday experience. There are seven of us that meet every …

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The Tea Source in St. Paul, MN 
Our favorite tea shop is The Tea Source in St. Paul, MN. The Tea Source owner, Bill Waddington is a world recognized authority on specialty tea. He …

Roger from Covington, KY. 
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Finding a Treasure on a Country Road. 
While riding on RT 18 not far from our camp in Pymatuming, Pennsylvania we came across a small town called Adamsville, Pennsylvania. A picturesque …

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My wife and I stumbled upon The Olde English Tea Room & Gift Shoppe quite by accident. We had recently moved to North Carolina, and were devoting our weekends …

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My experience at The Shamrock Rose and Thistle Tea Room is one that I will remember for a long time. This is an adorable tea shop that is located in the …

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