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New York's 50 Best Places to Take Tea
Written by Bo Niles
About This Book
Taking tea is a convivial activity—a perfect way for friends to get together—and yet the ritual is also contemplative. Simultaneously stimulating and soothing, tea relaxes the body and rejuvenates the soul. In New York City, the venues for taking tea are as varied as the delights of the brew itself. Completely revised and updated for its new incarnation as part of City and Company’s celebrated "50 Best" series, New York’s 50 Best Places to Take Tea walks you through the city’s most delightful and unusual tearooms, providing the avid and novice tea-drinker with information on where to take tea—from hotels and teashops to department stores and museums. Indulge in a traditional British afternoon tea at a lavish hotel, meditate over a cup in a quiet Japanese tearoom, or try a milky-sweet tapioca bubble tea in a hidden spot in Chinatown. With an index by neighborhood of the newest and finest tearooms in the city, New York’s 50 Best Places to Take Tea is the perfect companion for everyone who cherishes the most welcoming and accommodating of beverages.
About the Author
Bo Niles is an editor and writer who specializes in lifestyle subjects. She is the author of a number of books including White by Design, Living with Lace, and Paperie: The Art of Writing and Wrapping with Paper. She lives in New York.