5 Of America’s Best Tea Rooms On The East Coast

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Hey tea drinkers, if you’re traveling east this summer, you’re in luck! We’ve rounded up five of America’s best tea rooms on the East Coast. These cozy, quaint hideaways are perfect for enjoying a hot cup of tea and getting lost in a good book! 

1) The Random Tea Room & Curiosity Shop in Philadelphia, PA

This cozy tea room nestled in the heart of Philly boasts more than 40 artisanal teas and house-blended herbal infusions. And while you’re there, we hear you should try a Whoopie pie or one of the “best granola bars ever.”

2) Happy Earth Tea Company in Rochester, NY

Enjoy a wide-selection of artisan & organic teas from this New York-based tea house. If you’re vacationing nearby and adore tea, consider attending one of their tea classes, which typically occur on the third Wednesday of every month.

3) Teahouse 278 in Bar Harbor, ME

Travel to far-off New England to visit this must-try tea house hidden in Maine. Try their large sampling of teas sourced from family-owned farms in China & Taiwan. As an added bonus, relax with a cup of tea in a serene garden, surrounded by lots of greenery and two waterfalls.

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4) Savannah Tea Room in Savannah, GA

Get the best of both worlds when visiting this cozy tea room—it’s hidden inside a bookstore! Choose from an assortment of loose and bagged teas, then shop their selection of teaware, including tea pots, cups, mugs, and other cute accessories.

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5) Dunbar House Restaurant & Tea Room in Sandwich, MA

The Dunbar House is the perfect little New England getaway. The atmosphere is one-of-a-kind, boasting a colonial interior that’ll transport you through time. Sip tea and munch on a large menu of tasty finger foods and sweets. It’ll be worth the trip to Sandwich!

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