This teahouse is wonderful! It occupies a house on Monroe Street, whose front yard is surrounded by a white picket fence. Customers may order tea to go, but when you order tea to stay they put a teapot, teacup, etc., on a tray for you to take to whichever spot you like. This is the fun part: customers may choose from four differently-themed tea rooms on the second floor or general seating on the first floor. Their looseleaf teas are high quality (my newest favorite is Velvet Oolong) and they pay special attention to brew time and water temperature. They do also offer coffee, made to order in little French presses. The baked goods are fine but not impressive, and the second floor would benefit from a wait station containing sugar, spoons, napkins, a bus tub and the like. My first visit there I had to make 3 trips downstairs because I forgot sugar, and then a spoon, and then realized I needed napkins. Nonetheless this is one of my favorite spots to buy tea, read and write, or chat with a friend. It's a lovely little place.