Posts Tagged ‘tea’

Willoughby’s Locations – Hours

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

https://www.willoughbyscoffee.com/locations.html

York St, next to Haas Lib, 6:30 a – 7 p
also one near Branford S&S

Bruegger’s Bagels Whitney Grove/New Haven | Bagels, Coffee, Breakfast

Sunday, December 23rd, 2018

open 530a-5p
https://locations.brueggers.com/us/ct/new-haven/1-whitney-avenue

Bruegger’s Bagels Whitney Grove/New Haven | Bagels, Coffee, Breakfast

Sunday, December 23rd, 2018

https://locations.brueggers.com/us/ct/new-haven/1-whitney-avenue

The Great Hall Balcony Café & Bar // Dining at The Met | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Saturday, December 15th, 2018

https://www.metmuseum.org/visit/dining

Café: Sunday–Thursday, 10 am–4:45 pm; Friday & Saturday, 10 am–3:30 pm Bar: Friday & Saturday, 4–8:30 pm (last call at 8 pm)
Live Performances: Friday & Saturday, 5–8 pm

bring your own food!

London Fog Tea Latte (Earl Grey Latte) | Gimme Some Oven

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/london-fog-tea-latte-london-fog-drink/

G Bakery

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

https://www.gcafebakery.com/

near Branford library

MONDAY
7:00 AM – 5:00PM
TUESDAY – FRIDAY
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
SATURDAY
7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
SUNDAY
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

American Wing Cafe // Dining at The Met | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Monday, November 19th, 2018

https://www.metmuseum.org/visit/dining

The American Wing Café
Quick and casual American favorites with a view of Central Park. Monday–Thursday & Sunday: 10 am–4:30 pm
Friday & Saturday: 10 am–8:15 pm

The Petrie Court Café // Dining at The Met | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Monday, November 19th, 2018

https://www.metmuseum.org/visit/dining
Self-service dining with views of Central Park.
Daily: 11:30 am–4 pm (appears to be open at 11, almost filled by 1230 pm in fall)

Tea if by sea, cha if by land

Sunday, November 18th, 2018

Tea if by sea, cha if by land: Why the world only has two words for
tea https://QZ.com/1176962/map-how-the-word-tea-spread-over-land-and-sea-to-conquer-the-world Both words originated from China; differences stem from whether they were globalized via Dutch sea trade or overland route HT
@gamzeandgursoy

QT:{{
“Both versions come from China. How they spread around the world offers a clear picture of how globalization worked before
“globalization” was a term anybody used. The words that sound like “cha” spread across land, along the Silk Road. The “tea”-like phrasings spread over water, by Dutch traders bringing the novel leaves back to Europe.”
“}}

Upper East Café

Monday, November 5th, 2018

https://www.uecnyc.com/
62 & 3, opens at 8a