January is National Tea Month and to celebrate, we thought we would share some of our favorite teahouses in the region. Here are three of our favorite teahouses:
Brooklyn High Low
Home to tufted chairs and couches, finger sandwiches and a menu created by James Sato of Chuko Ramen, the beloved ramen shop on Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn High Low offers both indoor and outdoor tea settings and each sip is bound to be a memorable experience.
So popular that walk-ins are not available, BHL asks that reservations be made ahead of time. In fact, this makes the outing all the better because when making a reservation, you decide on your experience. Options include The Classic, The Grand Vanderbilt and The Grand Heights experiences, each with their own notes of uniqueness.
Located in the heart of West Village in NYC, Té Company’s tea room is home to Taiwanese inspired tea snacks, along with an array of loose leaf oolong teas.
Here, individually brewed pots are surrounded by a lovely setting. Even Remodelista highlighted Té Company as one of the most beautiful tea houses in New York, describing it as “something like a speakeasy for those in the know.” Learn more about Té Company.
Prince Tea House
Of the most unique tea houses in the city is Prince Tea House. Offering a wide variety of cakes and desserts to accompany your tea, each of the four PTHs offer waffles, appetizers and sandwiches alongside French-Asian fashion. Find out more about Prince Tea House.