AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 07:08 am
Tea Rooms in New York City.


http://www.citidex.com/5486.htm
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 07:44 am
Quote:

Teany Tea Special
in an effort to get people to relax and enjoy their days more, teany now offers it's own version of 'afternoon tea' which includes:
one pot of the following:

* fine english breakfast
* earl grey creme (teany's house favorite)
* smoky russian caravan
* bancha (japanese green)
* vanilla berry cream (herbal)

two of the following types of tea sandwiches:

* ploughman's (cheddar and branston's pickle)
* cucumber and butter (or margarine (V))
* avocado and cream cheese (or tofu cream cheese (V))
* fresh tomatoes and tangy white bean spread (V)
* peanut butter and chocolate (V)
* veggie ham and cheese
* artichoke and garlic with mixed greens (V)
* smoked tofu with creamy mango spread (V)

choice of scone, with clotted cream and jam

blueberry, cranberry, plain, rasin, or vegan scone of the day (V) OR petit-fours of the day (V)


http://www.teany.com/cafe/menu.php?c=4

I think that's the winner for me.
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 08:12 am
Are you going to have some when you get to NY?
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 08:19 am
Right now, I'm thinking that tea at Teany's will fit into the schedule for either next Saturday afternoon (after the Washington Square street fest), or Monday (after Canal Street).
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 08:25 am
Sounds good!
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 08:29 am
Yesterday the lady Diane and meself went to St James Tea Room for 'afternoon' tea. The tea served was Assam (good start I thought to meself) and then the usual cucumber sandwich bits as well as pumpkin bread slices with clotted creame followed by a chocolate cup with 3 raspberries. Cost $53. I think tomorrow we will go for BBQ ribs and beer.
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 08:40 am
dyslexia wrote:
Yesterday the lady Diane and meself went to St James Tea Room for 'afternoon' tea. The tea served was Assam (good start I thought to meself) and then the usual cucumber sandwich bits as well as pumpkin bread slices with clotted creame followed by a chocolate cup with 3 raspberries. Cost $53. I think tomorrow we will go for BBQ ribs and beer.


That sounds so delicious, and only $53. for two? Thats great! I'm going to have to go to Teany's just to try the cucumber sandwiches, never had them.
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 09:10 am
Tea out is very civilized/civilizing.

Very Happy
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 09:16 am
a proper afternoon tea can be had at Fortnum & Mason
http://homepage3.nifty.com/brew/tea/photo/407.jpg
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 09:20 am
That looks fancy, I like that!




http://www.2000greetings.com/halloween_moon2.jpg
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 09:23 am
It's not all that fancy, they served me. Which I can't say the same for the tea room at Harrods.
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 09:26 am
dyslexia wrote:
It's not all that fancy, they served me. Which I can't say the same for the tea room at Harrods.



Hmmm, you can have coffee anyplace, but, for tea some places really make a big deal about it. Confused




http://www.2000greetings.com/ghostmoon.jpg
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sun 16 Oct, 2005 06:42 am
http://www.rudimentsofwisdom.com/images/thebook/tea.gif
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sun 16 Oct, 2005 06:46 am
http://www.toonjokes.com/data/media/10/7.jpg


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http://www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/epa0201l.jpg


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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Sun 16 Oct, 2005 07:16 am
Tea for Texas
And tea for Tennessee . . .
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Sun 16 Oct, 2005 07:20 am
Outlaws


EdgarB :wink:
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sun 16 Oct, 2005 07:21 am
edgarblythe wrote:
Tea for Texas
And tea for Tennessee . . .


ooook Edgar, any te will do then. :wink:
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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Sun 16 Oct, 2005 07:47 am
I likes to ride my cayuse over to the Long Branch Saloon and have me a cup of Oolong tea during calf branding season. It do steady me so.
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sun 16 Oct, 2005 07:50 am
Oolong tea? Looking that up.
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AngeliqueEast
 
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Reply Sun 16 Oct, 2005 07:55 am
Oolong tea:

http://www.specialteas.com/mystore/se_oolong_tea.html
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