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    Sun 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Mon Closed
    Tue-Wed 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Thu-Fri 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
    Sat 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Leah W.
Report | 9 months ago
It's inside another building (Asiatica Museum), so make sure you don't walk by it! The Wilted Spinach and Red Pepper sandwich was delish :)
Julie T.
Report | 10 months ago
It's a great place! Atmosphere and food are both wonderful!
Robin J.
Report | 10 months ago
The owner was really sweet and helpful. The quiche was great.
Kristy E.
Report | 11 months ago
love the soup of the day and the wilted spinach sandwich
Report | 11 months ago
Great tea selection and from scratch food.
Cathy P.
Report | a year ago
Wonderful experience, great food. Owner/chef so nice.
Sharon W.
Report | a year ago
Fantastic food and laid back atmosphere. I'll be back.
Patricia M.
Report | a year ago
Tasty vegetarian items. The red lentil and apricot soup was delicious! If you like rosewater lemonade, this one was extra special ;-)
Geri A.
Report | a year ago
food was good, very healthy, good serving sizes, nice environment
Kelly B.
Report | a year ago
Great food, wonderful tea & beautiful space!
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From Our Editors

Jennifer Nowicki really loves produce; she's named her third restaurant Verduras, the Spanish word for vegetables. The completely vegetarian menu employs ingredients such as grapefruit, beets, and teriyaki-infused carrots to insulate sandwiches, salads, and soups, many of which are also vegan or gluten free. However, the ever-shifting curls of steam that tickle the hardwood floors, exposed rafters, and large windows hint at Verduras' primary focus: teas from all across the globe. Beneath the ivory-hued exposed bricks, white, green, rooibos, and local Rishi teas steep in hot water, filling mugs with the flavors of wild rose, hibiscus, or chai. The floral aromas of darjeeling fill the air as patrons gaze at the art on the walls, rendered in crisp black and white like a zebra’s yearbook page.

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