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Offering gourmet olive oils, vinegars, and pastas, The Green Olive Branch helps curious cooks flavor meals with a sense of adventure. The fun begins with the shopping experience, as patrons wander the expansive, inviting boutique, sampling bites at test stations along the way. Their hickory-smoked sea salt, all-natural rubs, and cane sugar flavored with dark cocoa add unexpected flavors to meals. Meanwhile, infused olive oils include the bite of lemon or kissability of garlic, and aiolis, mustards, and dips threaten to make condiments the most tasty part of any meal.
37 East Ridgewood Avenue
Ridgewood,
NJ
US
Alice's Tea Cup is a self-described "dream come true" for sisters Haley and Lauren Fox, Upper West Side natives and fervent believers in the magic of tea parties. Three Manhattan locations?nicknamed Chapters I, II, and III in homage to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland?welcome patrons into cozy, light-filled spaces for breakfast, brunch, lunch and light supper, in addition to traditional afternoon tea. Whimsical interior touches abound, from Chapter II's turquoise "Looking Glass Room", decorated with translucent butterflies, to Chapter III's giant wall mural depicting the great hall Alice encounters in the book. Tiered trays of homemade sandwiches, cookies, and scones with jam and clotted cream share the menu with more than 100 varieties of tea, all precisely steeped in 180-degree, double-filtered water for optimal flavor. After polishing off elevenses at Chapters I or III, patrons can also peruse funky clothing, tea accouterments, and eclectic gifts at the retail shops featured at those locations, taking care to avoid dashing rabbits frantically checking their watches.
102 West 73rd Street
New York,
NY
US
Terra Tea Salon offers both full-service and ? la carte afternoon tea coupled with a selection of handmade merchandise from around the world. Visitors enjoy a lovely spot for tea from China, Guatemala, India, Japan, Kenya, or Sri Lanka. The experience includes all the simple pleasures of teatime, with large pots filled with brewing fair-trade leaves and nibbling on finger sandwiches, scones and sweets, made from scratch with locally sourced ingredients. While sitting in the cozy tearoom at the Montclair Public Library, visitors sip from a huge selection ranging from ambrosia-plum white tea to golden-lily oolong.
50 S Fullerton Ave.
Montclair,
NJ
US
Arctic Falls delivers 100% natural spring water sourced from the Appalachian Mountains to more than 5,000 customers' homes and offices throughout New Jersey and Upstate New York. Modern, robotic handling devices assist high-tech bottling equipment as it dispenses clean, clear H2O into bottles, coolers, and synthetic camels humps. Filtered air, thoroughly scrutinized with a UV light, ensures a sanitized vessel and internal hydration contents.
58 Sand Park Rd
Cedar Grove,
NJ
US
A teapot dangles from the ceiling, poised to pour tea into the three cups waiting beneath it. It's not a quirky new way to enjoy tea, but a light fixture in the homey space at Harmony Tea House. Eccentric, yet charming, with mismatched chairs and tableware, teatime here is reminiscent of an afternoon spent in a cozy home, which is likely why the readers of Bergen Health & Life magazine named it Best Tea House 2013. Fragrant pots of tea in 23 loose-leaf varieties accompany just-baked scones, finger sandwiches, and sweets during tea time, which may also include servings of the two seasonal soups and salads offered every day. In addition to traditional afternoon tea, Harmony Tea Room hosts events such as Mommy and Me teas and brunch every third Sunday of the month. And of course, it's a relaxing setting for baby showers, book clubs, and birthday parties for stuffed animals dressed in their finest tutus.
11 Bergen St
Westwood,
NJ
US
Natural Frontier Market's shelves teem with certified-organic produce and a slew of natural foods, bath and body products, and dietary supplements. Scoops of bulk grains such as organic mung beans, quinoa, and flaxseed await trips to the scale, and pints of organic yogurt huddle beside dairy-free ice cream and Amy's frozen entrees in coolers. Flavored protein powder and locally sourced helium pump up muscles to massive sizes, health-boosting vitamins fill dietary gaps, and natural toiletries beautify bods without harsh chemicals. Juice and salad bars sate appetites on the go, and Natural Frontier's free delivery service ushers orders safely to doorsteps and Rocky Mountain summits.
1424 3rd Ave
New York,
NY
US
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