Where to drink a cup of decent tea when you’re in Georgia? What are the best tea rooms of the peach state? To drink a nice glass of Peach Iced Tea on a summer day? Georgia is well know for it’s big city casino’s in Atlanta. But with the highway welcome sign of “Welcome to the land of adventure” there is really more to explore. Visit Lula Falls, Providence Canyon, Panter Creek Falls, Cumberland Island or the Wormsloe Historic Site. Or walk the marble mine trail in James Floyd State Park or have a picknick at Radium Springs. Georgia is also known for some lovely Victorian style Inn’s and tea rooms. Brewertea lists their favorites.
337 Bull St |Savannah, Georgia, USA
This Tea Room in well known in Savannah and is housed inside the Savannah College of Arts and Design. The Scottish Rite Temple from 1926 is located at the heart of downtown Madison Square. The cafe is beautifully designed with glass stained windows, mahogany bookcases and white table cloth furniture. It’s an elegant city in the history filled city. It’s not just the alumni’s that have fond memories of this place. Spend the afternoon in this book filled place with a big pot of tea, you deserve it.
Tea Leaves & Thyme
8990 Main St | Woodstock, Georgia, USA
What is a better place to establish a tea room then on Main Street? It’s Woodstock favorite place to get a decent cup of tea. The historical home is welcoming and has a very friendly atmosphere. It’s wouldn’t be the South if chicken salad wasn’t on the menu. They host Afternoon tea’s but also have a special high tea for kids over 6 years old. The Mat Hatter’s Children’s Tea is something not to be missed if you are looking for a place to enjoy a tea with your little one.
The Tea Room Savannah
Madison Square at 326 Bull St | Savannah, Georgia, USA
Another gem at the heart of Savannah. Housed inside E Shaver’s Bookseller it’s a brilliant place to get some tea. Or to cuddle with the two cats that roam around the bookstore and tea room. Recommended try is the Outlander tea, inspired by the Scottish Saga of the love story of James & Claire. Jamie’s Outlander tea is a blend of Lapsang with chocolate, caramel which give it a smokey flavor. Claire’s Sassenach tea is a blend of Imperial Yunnan and Keemun with rose petals. Perfectly creating the vibe of the Scottish Highlands meeting the Deep Southern.
Cottage Treasures Tea Room
170 Cleveland St | Ringgold, Georgia, USA
A heavenly place to drink a tea! Housed in a parsonage for the First Baptist Church of Ringgold, this tea room is really a treasure. With five different rooms to serve Afternoon tea, every visit is another experience. The menu consists of a lot of the southern classics and the quiches are really recommended!