At English Tealeaves, you can throw a tea party ($15–$27.50 per guest) for yourself and up to 26 guests or stuffed-animal friends. Or throw caution to the wind and ride into the café as a lone, crumpet-craving desperado to sate a solo palate. Pots of hot tea come in more than 125 varieties ($4.35) or as a tea latte ($4.75), or ice any brew for $3.25. Teatime isn't complete without a scone ($5.65), British meat pie (including Cornish pasties, Scotch pie, and English favorite steak and kidney, $8.65), or crumpet and jam ($4.50). If gluten makes you feel all funny inside or itch uncontrollably, English Tealeaves offers traditional gluten-free offerings such as scones ($4.25–$6.25), brownies ($2.95), and cucumber sandwiches on GF bread ($6 half-sandwich, $7.50 whole). For the home brewer, all the teas on the menu are available for loose-leaf purchase. Bags range from 2 to 4 ounces and typically cost $11.25, although prices vary with specialties such as Japanese Sencha ($11, 3 oz.) and Darjeeling First Flush ($15.75, 3 oz.).