So while prepping for being in NYC last weekend, there’s always a need to find cool, interesting places to eat. Because fast food just doesn’t cut it while on vacation, right? A great resource we’ve found for the area is The Girl Who Ate Everything. Since tea and Lewis Carroll are both easy things to dig, Alice’s Tea Cup was a natural fit. They have a new breakfast menu, so we figured why not swing up to 73rd Street and snag the first meal of the day, plus some tea?
The theme of the restaurant is handled quite well: in true Mad Hatter fashion, the furniture and teacups and whatnot had no unifying theme. Our table was the base of a treadle sewing machine and the table next to us had a glass top over a display area with teacups and plates and such. The teacups might match…or might not. Around the walls were pictures of folks in Wonderland gear enjoying teatime, with quotes from Carroll here and there. The restroom also has a nice picture of Alice and the Red Queen, admonishing employees who neglect to wash their hands that they will lose their heads. Ambience factor was high.
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Wait staff there was excellent, food was good, unfortunately too good, so I can’t report on the desserts they had available. And the menu on the website shows they have quite the array of food for other meals. Next time we’re in town, we’re definitely going back.
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