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Where to Take Tea

Magazine article Sunset

Where to Take Tea

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Kado TeaGarden. More than 50 Asian teas are served in the airy lower level of the Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park. Light meals are also available, as are gifts and bulk teas. No reservations are taken, and museum admission is not required. Open 11-5:30 Thu, 11-4:30 Fri-Sun. 1400 E. Prospect St.; (206) 729-1070.

Pekoe, A Global Teahouse. Come here for pure varietal teas from around the world. 1509 Western Ave., Seattle; (206) 682-7274.

Seattle Art Museum. The Urasenke Foundation hosts a formal Japanese Chanoyu tea ceremony about once a month in the third-floor teahouse of the museum's downtown home. Suggested donation to the museum is $6, $4 students and seniors. 100 University St.; (206) 654-3121.

TeaCup. Choose from more than 100 teas-from black to oolong to green-as well as tea gear such as purple clay pots. 2207 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle; (206) 283-5931.

Teahouse Kuan Yin. Snacks such as spring rolls and pastries complement teas from China, Japan, Taiwan, India, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia. …

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