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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
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Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
Downtown Manhattan, Greenwich Village
AKA

Tea Spot

Categories
Coffee & Tea, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: Free

Wheelchair Accessible: No

Price Range : Below Average

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dave2dave

06/12/2008

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Overall
Bubble tea lessons needed

I just came back from LA, where bubble tea is quite common, and the trip reminded me of how much I like it. In fact, I'd never had bad bubble tea until I went to Tea Spot. The tea tasted like strawberry milk with ice in it and the bubbles were weird and watery. I didn't know it was possible to make bubble tea badly, but I'd recommend that the proprietors here take a trip to some Chinatown joints and then refine their materials and/or technique. The staff was very nice, though.

earlgreygrrl

03/17/2008

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Overall
Sweet little spot!

What a lovely surprise! I loved this quaint little shop with its amazing selection of tea. My husband and I shared a teapot of Earl Grey and munched on an oh-so-moist piece of pumpkin nut loaf. As a bridge-and-tunnel girl, I didn't feel weird or out of place at all in this homey little Village find. This is so unlike my experience at Tea Lounge in Brooklyn - with the too-hip-for-me hipsters looking their noses down at me over a cup of chai. Tea Spot has a pleasant atmosphere and equally pleasant counter staff. The yummy baked goods all looked good, however, I think a scone would've made this 5 star experience.

nyustudent11

10/23/2007

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Overall
really good, unique teas

My friends and I love going here - there are sooooo many varieties of tea and you can have your tea any way you want it, hot, cold, iced, bubble tea, whatever. It's cozy and rarely too busy. Unfortunately I have noticed some inconsistencies (that is, you can order the same thing twice and it'll taste different each time) but it's such a unique place I can't imagine not going there!

kayedimsum

04/23/2007

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Overall
Great place to hang out

Great place to hang out.. Comfortable chairs I got to do some homework and they had great tea. It gets a little crowded but they also have space downstairs. Bathroom is a bit dingy and dirty.

if2

10/30/2006

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Overall
huge selection of tea, great servers, amazing muffins

This is my favorite tea spot in the city. They have over 100 varieties of tea and the people behind the counter are always ready to help you pick from the giant selection. They have a deal where if you try 75 varieties of tea in a year, you get a $25 gift card. They have free wifi and the most amazing muffins from Blue Sky Bakery! they are the best muffins in the world! I have never been dissappointed by a tea I have tried and i have tried many! I always feel at home here, I go at least twice a week for the best tea and muffins in the city.

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