Here in Washington D.C., you don’t need to spill the tea to get a comforting cup of tea in this January cold. Instead, you can just head to one of our city’s many tearooms and cafes, which specialize in serving everything from fruit tea to classic English tea.
If you’re looking to something to take a bit of the chill out of this month’s air, then a cup of tea from one of these spots may be just what the doctor ordered – and just what you need to get you through a busy day.
Peacock Alley Tea, located at 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. which is 18 minutes from your Vale apartment, is a tea room located inside Willard InterContinental that has been named among the top ten places to do “afternoon tea like a royal” by the Travel Channel.
Here, guests enjoy a broad selection of the finest estate and boutique blended loose leaf teas by the J’enwey Tea Company, savory finger sandwiches, decadent pastries, and Willard’s famous freshly baked scones. They also offer afternoon tea for private groups as well as takeout packages so you can enjoy their tea at your Vale apartment.
Valley Brook Tea, located at 2101 P St NW, Washington, D.C. which is 15 minutes from your Vale apartment, is passionate about sharing the authentic Chinese tea and tea culture with customers.
Valley Brook was founded with its own valley and brook. Headquartered in Fujian and Virginia, Valley Brook specializes in oolong tea, black tea and white tea. For generations, Valley Brook has cultivated three precious tea mountains with some of the most celebrated tea makers in China.
1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20004
2101 P St NW, Washington, D.C. 20037