Where: Candler Park, Atlanta, Georgia Style: Eclectic Book Nook Tea Selection: 75+ loose leaf teas Teatimes: Tuesday-Friday 3-5:30; Saturday-Sunday 12-5:30 Reservations: 24-hour notice for high tea only Contact: www.drbombays.com/reservations; for parties of 8 or more – email@example.com; 404-474-1402 Cost: $20 The Caroline Tea; $17.50 High Tea; $15 The Ivan Tea; $10 Cream Tea – menus here Destination Tea Tips: Dr. Bombay’s is a great place to drop in for a spontaneous spot of tea because only their high tea requires advance reservation. You can pop in anytime and pick and choose your own tea and goodies for a DIY tea; or sample the Cream Tea or Ivan Tea (includes quiche) served all day; or from noon to 5:30, enjoy the Caroline Tea, which is an afternoon tea menu.
Destination Tea Notes: Dr. Bombay’s is a vibrant, cozy haven, reminiscent of a shop you might find in the wizarding world’s Diagon Alley. Ensconced amongst book-lined walls, paper lanterns and hanging origami, friends visit while others type away busily on laptops. The scene is lively without being loud. Not only do you feel part of the local community, you are part of a global community, simply by patronizing Dr. Bombay’s. Favorite words from their thank you card: “Make Food. Serve Love…Thank you for being a part of this movement we call humanity.” As home to The Learning Tea, Dr. Bombay’s uses a portion of its proceeds to house and pay college tuition for female scholars in Darjeeling, India. YES! Oh, and their family recipe clotted cream is divine.
Sorry I missed this, but hoping for a tea time soon!
I had such a blast at Dr. Bombay’s Underwater Tea Party! The atmosphere was funky and had such a great vibe. I really enjoyed the “Vampyre Tea” blends that we tried and the scrumptious sandwiches, quiche and various desserts. I would definitely go back to enjoy more “Vampyre Tea” and people watch.