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Friday, September 29, 2023


Small teahouse offers escape

From the time school begins, many students attempt to find different outlets to aid in keeping their personal sanity from being wrecked by the overwhelming demands that invade their lives, some of which include hustling to classes, poring over a barrage of homework, and struggling through part-time jobs.

Fortunately, there is an outlet that caters to the escapist needs of the overworked undergraduate. Nestled in the Montrose area is a quaint teahouse called T’eacute; House of Tea.

While the establishment is relatively small, it boasts a surprisingly thorough menu of exotic organic teas, from a basic Earl Grey to a lesser-known Malawi Black. The only surprise comparable to the variety of teas available was the seemingly endless knowledge that the servers exhibit. T’eacute; also provides a book regarding the history, breakdown of flavor and processing guidelines for each tea they offer.

Complementing the teas is a delightful menu of healthy salads, French caf’eacute; cuisine and delicious pastries. A specialty of the house is their light and fluffy crepes, which can be stuffed with ingredients of the customer’s choice. The house also provides free Wi-Fi for clients, which opens up many study possibilities for students.

One last thing to note about this boutique teahouse is that they offer dancing throughout the week. Whether a person’s desire is tango, cha-cha, or swing dancing, free social dancing is available most nights of the week.

So, for all the ragged and weary who desire a hot cup of tea, a delicious meal, dancing or all of the above, T’eacute; House of Tea certainly can and will meet all your cravings.

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