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Numi Tea Garden

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2230 Livingston St, Oakland, CA 94606, USA (877) 686-4832 Website Owner?

Sun closed Mon closed Tue 11:00am – 7:00pm Wed 11:00am – 7:00pm Thu 11:00am – 7:00pm Fri 11:00am – 7:00pm Sat 11:00am – 7:00pm
The Numi Tea Garden is an urban tea oasis where you can unwind, relax and be immersed in tea. Guests can enjoy premium organic tea, a menu of gourmet food pairings, free wi-fi, eco-creative furnishings, the Numi Art Gallery and the Numi retail store.

Recent reviews

    • Tea Drinker

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      This location no longer serves the public. http://www.numiteagarden.com/latest.htm

    • Diana

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      This is a very asian/zen atmosphere where comfort and calm are the main focus. We enjoyed our experience greatly. The food was of very high quality as well as their tea. Worth the visit!

    • Hermione

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      This is not the afternoon/high tea experience of British fame, but for me, the ambience is delightful! I don't go for the food, just for the tea presentation and atmosphere.

    • anna

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      I loved the atmosphere, the little samples, enjoyed the tea, the service. I went back only to find they are closed on Mondays, only downside

    • Alexa

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      What a pleasant & tranquil place to enjoy a cup of tea and some light fare. It's an ideal spot for rainy day soirees or to relax with a good book. I'm in a new crochet group and we meet at Numi Tea Garden on Fridays. It's perfect for us!

    • anne

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      Numi is a great place to listen to music and work on your laptop. Great atmosphere!

    • anita

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      Such a beautiful relaxing space. There's a great selection of all kinds of tea and yummy menu items that are all produced locally. They play good music too.

    • Whitney

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      This urban oasis is a must for tea lovers!

    • Tom

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      Great Tea, Great Place