Our 10 Favorite Places for High Tea in NYC
From vegan and gluten-free high teas, to traditionally luxurious, New York has it all.
Casual Tea Spots
Bosie Tea Parlor
10 Morton Street between Bleecker Street and Seventh Avenue South, in the West Village (212) 352-9900
Bosie Tea Parlor is a must-try destination for true tea enthusiasts. Its founder, Kiley Holliday, is the youngest female tea sommelier in the United States. So it’s no wonder that Bosie Tea Parlor offers over 100 varieties of tea to choose from. Unlike many other high tea hotspots, Bosie Tea Parlor is simple, streamlined and unadorned. In other words, it’s not just a great place to gab with your girlfriends. It’s also a great place to bring your dude.
Basic Tea Service is $29 for one or $55 for two. Guests get a choice of three tea sandwiches, two mini scones with jam and clotted cream, two mini tea cakes and a choice of two macaroons. Champagne Tea Service is $45 for one and $85 for two. It includes champagne plus a choice of pastry instead of two tea cakes. In addition to its extensive tea selection, Bosie Tea Parlor is known for its pastries and macaroons. So whether you get the Basic Service or the Champagne Service, you’re getting a taste of their specialties. If you’re feeling extra fancy, the Chef’s Tea Service is the ultimate indulgence. It includes champagne, double portions of tea, scones, tea cakes and macaroons, 24 canapés and a choice of pastry. This service is $120 for two and requires a reservation at least 48 hours in advance. All other tea services are available daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.