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Tea Lounge - 22 Reviews - 350 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY - Other Reviews - Phone (718) 768-4966

Tea Lounge

350 7th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 768-4966
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The Tea Lounge is a must visit when in NY. I was fortunate enough to have stayed within about a 1 minute walk from it the last time I was there. The atmosphere is great. The co...


I just moved to the Park Slope area and admired this place in passing. However, last week when I went in to order a Chai tea, two of the employees were screaming at each other in ...

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Overrated . . . unless its late 3/21/2006

Good things about Tea Lounge: - It's open late in the Slope when few other chill places are (like 1am or so). The only other options are mostly diners. - The backgammon table. Not so good things about Tea Lounge: - It smells bad. - The couches are old, falling apart and pretty uncomfortable. - The coffee and tea is OK, not fantastic. My tea was pretty weak last time we were there. If Naidre's and Cafe Regular are full or closed, than Tea Lounge will do fine. more

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A Cozy Cafe That Has Some Special Cocoa 1/16/2006

Comfy couches and delicious drinks is what makes the Tea Lounge so amazing. Settle into one of the pieces of furniture and listen to some live music while you sip your tea or coffee. If you opt for hot chocolate you're in for an even bigger treat since the Tea Lounge's is absolutely fantastic. And, for a little bit extra, you can spike that delicious warm cocoa with some Baileys, Frangelico, and Jameson. Of course, I hope that's not how you plan to start your day.. more

Why Starbucks may NOT take over the world... 8/10/2005

I'll say this: I'd give it 4 1/2 if that were an option, merely because the place is so popular it's often hard to find a seat! But that's usually a good sign. The coffee's excellent - no burned beans like Starbucks nor the watery sugary mess of Dunkin' Donuts. Just good, smooth coffee. The espresso bar covers the standards well, and adds some creative twists like the "Nutella Breve" (very sweet, but delicious as a dessert). It's your typical indie coffee house - comfy, broken-in couches and mismatched silverware. But it does it exceedingly well. There's almost always some great, semi-obscure CD playing and the employees are friendly and skilled. Also a selection of bagels, scones, etc etc - delivered fresh daily. I love the bagels - and you get to plaster on as much creamcheese as you like. At night Tea Lounge serves a great selection of beers as well. And oh yes, the tea... Well, there's about a ba-jillion different options, served loose in a personal teapot with cup on a cute little woodblock. I've been coming here for about 4 years now and seen it get busier and busier. It's booming, and for good reason. There's even a second location about 10 blocks away. Tea Lounge is great. It's my first choice for coffee in the Slope - except when the line's too long... Also - be aware that a group of moms/dads/nannies meet regularly during daytimes with their kids. I can't quite figure out the schedule - but it's stroller city when they're there. If you hate children, be forewarned. But if you like kids, there's a good chance you'd the chance to join in a singalong of your favorite childhood ditty. more
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