Nashville June 15, 2017
Visit These 6 Charming Tea Rooms In Nashville For A Piece Of The Past
Nashville is normally touted more for their fried chicken than their tea, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a solid couple of places for you to pull up a chair and sip away – with your pinky out, preferably. These six tea rooms in Nashville are a charming step away from the grind, perfect for folks who are looking for a bit of sweetness in the middle of a crazy week.
6. Thistle Stop Cafe
Known for their work to heal, empower, and employ women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction, Thistle Stop Café serves up food along with some of their custom blends of tea. Be sure to order some with your meal and take a bag home with you to support this truly amazing cause.
5. Chauhan Ale and Masala House
Chauhan in the Gulch is primarily known for their amazing Indian Fusion meals, but they host occasional High Tea ceremonies on Saturday afternoons. Be sure to see their Facebook page for dates. This is a Nashville tea experience you don't want to miss!
4. Music City Tea Shoppe
Music City Tea Shop has been selling high quality tea and tea sets in Franklin since 2010. Their goal is to teach their customers how tea is enjoyed in other cultures. They offer tea tastings and gong fu tea ceremonies to teach people about the history of Chinese tea culture.
3. Aromagregory Soap & Tea
Aromagregory, or Aroma G's as it's affectionately called, serves up a lot more than just tea. The shop is a holistic center, offering classes, workshops, and other metaphysical services. Some patrons swear that their custom tea blends even have super healing properties. You'll have to investigate for yourself, but this is definitely a shop worth visiting.
2. Shineworthy Tea
Shineworthy, in Antioch, offers a unique tea experience for the Nashville community. In addition to their normal serving of wonderful teas, they occasionally have Tea Tasting Classes, where you can come in and learn all about various teas as you try them. This is definitely a must-see spot for any tea lover.
1. High Garden
Located on Woodland Street in East Nashville, High Garden is a Nashville legend when it comes to tea. They are open Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 7PM and 11 AM to 6 PM on Saturdays. The café doesn't offer wifi, encouraging the patrons to enjoy a good book or even their fellow humans.
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