Your tea-loving tot is in the been-there, done-that phase of hosting teddy bear tea parties. Sounds like it’s time to hit the big leagues. From fancy to casual, traditional to contemporary, we’ve scoped out the city’s best spots where you can score a pot of freshly brewed tea for two or more.

Remedy Teas

If organic tea is on your cutie’s radar, check out Remedy Teas’ café on Capitol Hill. In addition to an array of small baked goods and a simple café menu (think: wraps, salads and soups), they’ve got shelves lined with over 150 organic teas to try. Families can enjoy their tea service (small, $24; large, $36), a toned-down twist on traditional English high tea, as a midday treat. Or order one of the reserve teas that Remedy imports in small batches from tea farms around the world. It’s hard to go wrong at this contemporary teahouse.

Sensational Sip: Tiny tea-lovers should order up a cup of flora berry. It smells almost as good as it tastes. And for parents, the Earl Grey Crème puts an interesting twist on a familiar brew.

345 15th Ave. E.
Seattle, WA 98112
206-323-4832
Online: remedyteas.com

photo: Remedy Teas Seattle Facebook page

  • Remedy Teas
  • Queen Mary Tea Room
  • Cederberg Tea House
  • Afternoon Tea at The Georgian
  • Miro Tea
  • Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee House
  • Vital Tea Leaf
  • Village Eatery and Tea Company

Do you have a favorite neighborhood tea house we missed? Spill in the Comments below!

— Allison Sutcliffe