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5 Places to Get Tea (Afternoon, Boba, and More!) in Las Vegas

Whether you’re looking for a fancy place to get afternoon tea, a poppin’ joint to grab a bubble tea at, or a laid back pub with surprise tea service, we’ve got you covered.  Take a look at some of our favorite places to get tea (of all kinds!) in Las Vegas!


24 hour advanced notice is required at Verdana, but it’s worth the wait.  From 3pm-4pm Monday – Friday, they serve afternoon tea with unique finger sandwiches like cucumber and grilled artichoke olive tapenade on sourdough bread, and desserts such as pumpkin cheesecake and fig upside down cake. They have a large selection of organic teas to choose from, and you can add some bubbly or a martini.

Tea Lounge

Tea Lounge at Mandarin Oriental is a high class affair.  They serve traditional afternoon tea, complete with finger sandwiches, scones, pastries, and tea.  It’s not cheap, but the ambiance and sophistication will make you feel like you’re in a fancy English tea house! They also accommodate vegan and gluten free diets, so everyone can partake!

Ri Ra

Ri Ra’s a bit different than Tea Lounge and Verdana, and a bit more secretive. Their afternoon tea isn’t on the menu, and sometimes even the hostesses aren’t 100% sure they have it.  But they do, and it’s delicious. From 11am-4pm any day of the week, for $24 a person, you can get two scones, a variety of finger sandwiches, a load of mini pastries, and, of course, tea.  If you aren’t feeling quite that hungry, try their cream tea – tea and scones – for just $8.

Brew Tea Bar

Brew Tea Bar has a fantastic selection of teas and styles.  From traditional hot tea to milk teas to tea lattes, they know how to brew one mean cuppa. Try unique flavors like taro and rosebud, and pair it with a crepe stuffed with fillings. Boba lovers will drool over the selection of slushes and milk teas.

Tea Station

Tea Station takes tea to a whole new level.  They have tea flavored meals, tea flavored noodles, tea flavored snacks, and of course, tea flavored tea. Choose from a variety of black, green, and fruit teas, with or without tapioca. They also serve Thai Tea, Japanese Ma-Cha Coffee, and a variety of milk teas.  With a huge selection of items to choose from, you can always keep stopping at Tea Station.


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