Coffee, TEA.. me?
Whether you just want to drink tea or want to go deeper into the stories of Bucharest, will offer you a list of tea houses with personalities, beautiful gardens and nice initiative like workshops, donations and charities.
Ceainaria camera din fata is a Tea house& coffee shop downtown Bucharest in Romana area. It is opened since 2012; the entire product’s on display can be bought and taken home. You will feel delighted feeling the smell of tea at a table made out of sewing machine.
Mendeleev Street, No. 22 ($$)
Ceainaria Ch’Artist located downtown Bucharest, next to the beautiful Icoanei Park, this tea house is loved for two reasons. You can drink you tea away in an Bernschutz&Co cup while painting your own ceramic and the second reason is for the lovely kids events, theater shows and live concerts.
Erou Ion Calin Street, No. 19 ($$)
Ceainaria Green Tea,one of the oldest and biggest tea houses in Bucharest, located in the Center, very close to the Danish Embassy. Four different types of rooms await for you, the Central salon, the Japanese salon, the Indian Salon and Little Paris Salon. The garden is a wonderful oasis from spring until autumn.
Dr. Burghelea Street, No. 24 ($$)
Ceainaria Infinitea located in Cotroceni, this is one of the most elegant and fashionable tea houses in town. The house and the furniture are stylish, there are three salons and a magical garden were you can relax in front of the teapots and porcelain cups. Every week there is at list one jazz or tango concert.
Dr. Grigore Romniceanu Street, No. 7($$)
Ceainaria La Belle Vie is located between Floreasca and Dorobanti. The atmosphere is very french. Exhibitions and book launches are hosted regularly. There is also a library in the coffee shop from were you can buy books or art albums.
Andrei Muresanu Street, No. 27 ($$$)
Ceainaria Libraria Humanitas Cismigiu The Publishing house “Humanitas” opened a tea house in one of the nicest library’s in town at the ground floor of Hotel Cismigiu. Here you can find Dammann Freres tea and selected coffees and organic pastry from Rue du Pain.
Bvd. Regina Elisabeta, No. 38, next to Cervantes Institute ($$)
Ceainaria Merci Charity Boutique There are many good things to say about this tea house located in Centrul Vechi (Old Town). It is more than a tea house, it is a charity and a small concept store. 40 % of the income goes to helping children suffering from cancer. From time to time there are live concerts by famous Romanian singers.
Smardan Street, No. 13, first floor 1, above French Bakery ($)
Ceainariile Rendez Vous There are two diferrent locations for the Rendez Vous tea houses. One in Universitate area and one in Floreasca. Oppend ten years ago, the tea houses are also good for quick bites like salads, sandwiches or sweet tarts.
Edgar Quinet Street, No. 8-10, across
Calea Floreasca , No.102 ($$$)
Ceainaria Serendipity Tea – Five O’Clock Tea, located next to Romana area and Icoanei Park, this tea houses used to be a hidden treasure of Bucharest. Minwhile, it became more mainstream,very popular. The garden is quite big, nicely decorated with hammocks and rocking chairs. Frequent events: workshops, concerts, painting exhibitions and others.
Dumbrava Rosie Street, No. 12 ($$)
Ceainaria Thomas Antiques, located in Centrul Vechi (Old Town), it is probably the only tea house hosted in an antique shop. Thus, among the art furniture, paintings and valuables, you can enjoy your tea in a bohemian atmosphere.
Covaci Street, No. 19 close to Hanul lui Manuc ( Manuc’s Inn) ($$$)
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