Eater Austin: 15 Divine Places to Sip Tea in Austin

From Eater Austin's: 15 Divine Places to Sip Tea in Austin

(Relatively) cooler temperatures means it’s time to warm up with hot tea. Whether you’re looking for a classy afternoon tea service with dainty sandwiches and scones or just a really good cup to go along with breakfast, lunch, or dinner, let Eater guide you to the best tea Austin has to offer.

Enjoy elegant tea services from Driskill Hotel and Four Seasons, opt for standalone cups from spots like Josephine House, find real mint tea at Flying Carpet, explore the array from Buddhist temple Xiang Yun, and much more. This update includes British-obsessed cafe Full English, cups from newcomer Brentwood Social House, and Tea Haus. The guide says farewell to shuttered trailer Bundrick’s Traveling Tea Parlor and Qui, which is transforming into a new restaurant.

For more caffeine needs, check out Eater's guide to the best coffee shops and cafes with wifi.

Everything below is listed in an unranked order. If your favorite tea spot is missing below, let Eater know on the tipline, in the comments below, or start a thread over on the forum.

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