About this Business
From Our Editors
An island of Southern soul food in the heart of Yankee country, the Pink Tea Cup has nearly six decades of history. In the newly re-established Village restaurant, diners help themselves to gravy-smothered, honey-glazed, or barbecue-sauced fried chicken. Owner Lawrence Page—who bought the place in 2010, moved it to Seventh Avenue, and then moved it again to its current hangout—also invites patrons to sample grilled bourbon barbecue burgers and waffle dinners, which feature salmon, fried catfish, and other waffle-friendly meats.