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La Societe Du The

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2708 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408, USA 888-871-5148 Website Suggest Changes

Sun closed Mon 12:00pm – 6:00pm Tue 12:00pm – 6:00pm Wed 12:00pm – 6:00pm Thu 12:00pm – 6:00pm Fri 12:00pm – 6:00pm Sat 10:00am – 6:30pm

We serve tea from our list of teas by the cup, pot, or pot for two. We have tea desserts and will soon be expanding our menu to include soups and sandwiches. We present tea in the Continental and Asian manner.

Reservations are not required. If you have a party of 5 or more, please call ahead to make arrangements. The salon is available for special engagements or parties.

Recent reviews

    • L



      Impeccable. Great varieties of teas and the staff is happy to expertly take you through them. I'm from NYC and I drilled through the Mauritius Tea I bought here too quickly. Need to go back for more!

    • E



      Easily the best tea shop in Minneapolis. Shop owners know a lot about the teas they offer and are able to make good recommendations. They carry a huge assortment of tea, including varieties from Mariage Freres. Give this one a visit-- you won't regret it!

    • I



      After brunch at French Meadow, I stroll over here. The owners are ready to tell you tales about their latest tea-related travel adventures. It's a pleasure to take tea in the shop and almost as much fun to buy tea to take home. Tea is stored in the classic shining steel canisters, and you can sniff the teas to make sure their recommendations and your requests will suit your palate.

    • A



      Not a place to go to if you are looking to have some food with your tea, but oh my goodness if you want tea they have it. Call ahead of time if you would like to have a group came in and have talk about the asain culture. Owns seem nice and they are always looking for more teas. I recommend a hot pot of tea on a cold day.

    • R



      The owner was very informative about the different types of tea and how best to serve them. I was simply purchasing some loose tea, but would love to go back for a tea tasting.