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ZenCha Tea Salon in Columbus, Ohio
4/5
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Annathy rated this place
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Used to be my favorite tea shop. My son and I used to go a couple of times a month for years. I think I’ve only been there twice this year. Don’t see much variation in the tea menu since my days as a regular. What they have is great and the owner is friendly. The seating area is beautiful yet small.

TehKu Tea Company in Dublin, Ohio
5/5
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Annathy rated this place
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The tea is pretty good. The staff are great. The fruited chicken salad sandwiches are famous! They are always adding new tea favors. They have the best bubble tea I’ve ever had. The atmosphere is calming.

Teavana in Dublin, Ohio
4/5
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Annathy rated this place
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I like that they have a tea bar there. You can try a cup of tea before dropping the big bucks on a few ounces to take home. I read today that Starbucks (of all places) has acquired Teavana. They are comparing Tazo tea with the quality of Teavana. Really? Tazo, howbeit delicious, is not in the same league as Teavana.

Staufs Coffee Roasters in Columbus, Ohio
4/5
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Annathy rated this place
4/5
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Not the best place for tea, but for coffee, you can’t beat it.

Cambridge Tea House in Marble Cliff, Ohio
5/5
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Annathy rated this place
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This is the best tea house in town. The atmosphere is refined and the staff are always upbeat and gracious. The owner, Mary, makes the best scones EVER!

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A tea lover that comes by it honestly. Both my maternal and paternal grandmothers loved tea. Dispite my parents being chronic coffee drinkers, I’ve managed a few tea parties with them using grandma’s tea things.

I raised my son to love tea. The evidence of this came one day when he was shoveling snow while I was boiling water and prepping the teapot. He walked in all ruddy faced and winded. Seeing me, he sighed heavily then raising his face Heavenward he breathed, “oh good! you’re making tea.”

Converting my husband, however, took awhile. Then the daily gathering around the teapot – as a family – began.

I’m also a knitter, a crafter, and a book junkie. I step over on the dark side and drink coffee once in a while, BUT, it has to be good coffee in a French Press or stove-top perk pot. Drip coffee is not my cup of tea.