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The Best Tea Rooms of Alabama

The Best Tea Rooms of Alabama

Alabama, the beautiful state of the southern eastern region of the USA, is famous for “The Hart of Dixie”, the Alabama Shakes and cotton. If you’re visiting, drinking tea in tea rooms in Victorian homes and bed & breakfasts is a must do. In this article we list the best tea rooms of the Yellowhammer state.

RankingNameLocation
1Smith-Byrd House Bed & Breakfast and Tea RoomPrattville, AL
2Piper & Leaf Artisan Tea CompanyHuntsville, AL
3The Copper Kettle Tea BarFoley, AL
4Mildred's Restaurant & Tea RoomDothan, AL
5Gazebo Tea RoomMontgomery, AL
6Densler HouseWilsonville, AL
7Charming TeacupPoint Clear, AL
8Spot of TeaMobile, AL

Smith-Byrd House Tea Room
137 N. Washington St. | Prattville, ALABAMA

The bed & breakfast tearoom is located in the heart of the Daniel Pratt Historic District of Prattville, minutes from downtown Montgomery, Alabama. Their collection consists of more then a 100 flavors of loose tea from all over the world. With an authentic Victorian atmosphere, the Smith-Byrd House Tea Room is a perfect backdrop to a bridal luncheon, wedding shower, rehearsal dinner, baby shower, afternoon tea, or even private dinner. You can also buy some loose tea here or follow a tea tasting event.

Piper & Leaf Tea Room
Coming soon in Woodlawn, ALABAMA

This family operated tea company is famous for it’s loose tea, the neat ice tea jars and the tea bars that they can host on events. They are present on local farmers markets in North Alabama and even temporary pop up stores. They are building a more permanent presence with a tea room in Woodlawn. It opens this spring, so stay tuned!

The Copper Kettle Tea Bar
106 N Chicago St | Foley, ALABAMA

This fun little tea bar is taking you on a trip around the world. A night in Paris, a mental trip to Ireland. And with the best tea’s and iceteas for you to enjoy. This is a good place to have a bite to eat as well, or to take it on the road.

Mildred’s Restaurant and Tea Room
401 N Alice St | Dothan, ALABAMA

A taste of Southern hospitality, that is the setting of this lovely victorian house. The historic Noel Baxter Dowling house, built in 1901, is the home of this Tea Room. A step into a waned world that you can enjoy with a sip of tea and a lovely high tea cakes and sandwiches. It’s the classic tea party experience!

The Gazebo Tea Room
414 Perry Hill Rd | Montgomery, ALABAMA

Who doesn’t want to drink tea in a gazebo? It’s the classic vintage small town feel in this tea room in Montgomery. A perfect place to venture for a luncheon.

Hearts Desire Tea Room at The Densler House
Highway 25 and Pope Street | Wilsonville, ALABAMA

This event space is open for tea parties by reservation only. It’s famous for it’s English Afternoon Tea. The venue is an 1879 Victorian home that invites you to experience the elegance of a bygone era. The Densler House, one of the most prominent residences in the Wilsonville area was built in 1879 for John E. Densler. The house was built by William Tinney, a local craftsman known for his beautiful woodworking ability. At this time because of the railroad, Wilsonville was a hub of activity making it the largest town in Shelby County. So step into an another era and enjoy!

The Charming Tea Cup
17111 Scenic Highway 98 | Point Clear, ALABAMA

This company turnes a girl’s birthday in a Victorian Tea Party. With capital V! It’s the downtown Abbey experience of your dreams. Complete with British accent, staff in full costume and lots and lots of dresses. It’s not your everyday tea room and only available for events. But if you are looking for an unforgettable experience for your little girl, be sure to check it out.

Spot of Tea
310 Dauphin St. | Mobile, ALABAMA

Famous for their sandwich brunch and segways. The sidewalk cafe is leaning more towards food and other touristic attraction nowadays, but a good cuppa is still available.

Disclosure: Brewertea researches the best tea rooms of Alabama with care, however small business owners close down now and then. If you see something on this page that is incorrect, please email us so we can maintain this directory for your fellow tea lovers. Many thanks!