Dropped in for a hot cup of tea and tried their blackberry scone. Both were delicious and hit the spot. The place was cute and charming. . . perfect for those with children.
Had breakfast there on my way to the Frick Collection. Had eggs benedict on a scone with chicken-potato hash and tea. The food was very average (not awful, just extremely average) and no better than standard diner fare. I don't understand why this place is known for tea though... I was expecting amazing tea given the name and the rave... More
We four ladies had Saturday brunch there. Two of us got the full tea service -- incredibly delicious scones, yummy house made granola, and a terrific tea selection. The others who got egg dishes raved about them too. I wish I could eat there more often! Bought the cookbook and have loved recreating some of these dishes! Quiet enough to... More
I was visiting NYC for the weekend and was going to a friend's house for brunch. She asked to bring scones... so I googled best scones in NYC and one of the results pointed to Alice's Tea Cup. We were heading up to see the Seinfeld restaurant the day before anyway so we decided to may it a stop on... More
I enjoyed breakfast twice and an afternoon tea at Alice's Tea Cup, and would happily go back regularly. The staff were all friendly and helpful, the food was fresh and tasty and the atmosphere very cute and quaint. Particularly appreciated the staff help in choosing a tea as they have a huge range. The pumpkin scone was just delicious, as... More
Waiting time: Yes, you'll wait a few minutes. We all want to get in there. Servers: A+ Favorite meal option: Mad Hatter's Tea Party for 2 (3 tiers full of scones, pastries, tiny tea sandwiches and a personal pot of tea Decor: Adorable antique tables but amateurish wall art Personal favorite: Chocolate Chip Scones!!! (cooked to perfection)
This is my second trip to Alice's tea cup, the first in this location. Every time we visit New York we make it a point to come here. The sandwiches are great and the tea and scones are amazing. We usually get the tiers where you get multiple things to try. Definitely worth a stop.
I guess it is my own fault that I was disappointed in this place. I had somewhat high expectations. I was thinking it was going to be decorated like a scene from Alice in wonderland, with consistent decor. The decor truly didn't stand out and looked somewhat neglected. The food was good and tasty, while not overly priced. The employees... More
I loved this place, after a morning of walking lots it was time for a cup of tea and a snack...I reckon this placed topped it all! It's a very busy place and I can see why! When you walk in its very small and quaint, the decor has all the nice touches and overall s good vibe. I can't... More
Cute little place. We ordered the tea for two that comes with sandwiches, scones, sweets and tea. The tea and scones list is excellent and the ones we ordered tasted great. However, the sandwiches were very tiny. The lox sandwich only had one piece of bread. The bread on the turkey sandwich was extremely dry and there was maybe one... More
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