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Alice's Tea Cup, Chapter I

102 West 73rd Street
New York, NY
(212) 799-3006
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Sun 8:00am - 8:00pm
Mon 8:00am - 8:00pm
Tue 8:00am - 8:00pm
Wed 8:00am - 8:00pm
Thu 8:00am - 8:00pm
Fri 8:00am - 8:00pm
Sat 8:00am - 8:00pm


Alice's Tea Cup is a dream-come-true for us. We have spent our lifetimes enjoying afternoon tea at various hotels and restaurants around the world, fantasizing about the day when we would open our own magical and whimsical tea room with a health conscious menu and variety of unique, fresh teas. Each item on our menu is made to order to ensure that it is the freshest (and tastiest) possible, each tea is brewed to perfection (3 to 7 minutes) with double-filtered water that is boiled to 180 degrees and our wide assortment of teas are sent to us from all over the world. We hope that this preparation allows you to come away from your experience with us at Alice's Tea Cup feeling rejuvenated, relaxed, healthy and cared-for.

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We went to Alice's to have afternoon tea service since we were in New York on business. Very disappointing.
The place was very noisy with children screaming and poor acoustics. We asked three times for ice for our room temperature water before we finally got it. They brought us the wrong scones and the wrong dessert. They did finally bring the correct food.
You choose two sandwiches and three scones plus two pots of tea, if you have the tea service for two people. We chose the curry chicken and ham and cheese. The sandwiches were very dry, which could have been made a tad better if they put mustard or mayo on the ham sandwich, and more mayo in the chicken. We chose pumpkin, and fruit scones which were fruity but again dry.
There were cookies that seemed store bought and not soft and chewy but in fact..dry. The Mocha cake that we chose for the sharing dessert, guess what...dry and crumbly. Cost $45.
We just could not recommend this one.

- Sally & Lisa 08/20/13