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Five Cups of Coffee or Tea, or $12 for $25 Worth of Beverages, Desserts, and Asian Food at Teariffic Cafe

Chinatown

88% of 318 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Bubble tea, lychee black tea with nata de coco, and frothy coffees, along with snacks such as mango pudding or sesame sticky-rice dumplings

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. General spend option must be used in one visit. Punchcard option includes one topping per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $12 for a five-visit punch card, valid for one cup of tea or coffee with one optional topping per visit (up to a $24.75 value)
  • $12 for $25 worth of beverages, desserts, and Asian food in a single visit

Menu items include the signature frothy coffee and honey-ginseng jasmine tea, which can be topped with nata de coco, aloe, or tapioca. The general-spend option is valid for delicacies such as green tea mochi ($3.95) or skewered yakitori chicken ($3.95).

Teariffic Cafe

Explore Chinatown describes Teariffic Cafe as "a good place to check out the hip, young bubble tea scene," adding that "the room sizzles with energy." Within the eatery's warm brick-laden interior, beverage experts craft tea-, coffee-, and fruit-based drinks of every ilk. In addition to classic thai and peppermint green teas, the baristas concoct exotic specialty drinks such as the Grasshopper: a mix of orange and passionfruit juice, honey, and blue curaçao. They pour seasonal offerings as well, including watermelon or mango juice, and they blend shakes with avocado, fresh papaya, and locally harvested ice.

As a sweet accompaniment, guests can try a piece of pineapple shortcake. The café also satisfies late-night cravings with savory dishes including samosas, noodle soups, and dumplings.


Reviews

The Mango Green Tea was incredibly refreshing. It had a beautiful mango flavor and you can definitely taste the green tea in the background.

Kimberly K., Yelp, 7/23/12

Tips

88% of 318 customers recommend

  • “Tiny place with oriental chairs . Good portion , food is decent and tasty. Reasonable prices . Good lunch value. ”

  • “the toast with condense milk is a must”

  • “Hot Almond milk tea + toast w/ condensed milk delish!!!!!!”

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    Chinatown

    51 Mott St.

    Unit A

    New York, New York 10013

    212-393-9009

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