DUNWOODY, GA — September 26, 2018 – Destination Tea (www.destinationtea.com), having compiled the country’s first comprehensive online afternoon tea directory, today announces the U.S. states and cities home to the greatest number of afternoon tea venues. Culling data from its 50 state afternoon tea directories, Destination Tea’s new infographic report, “The United States of Afternoon Tea,” gives a first look at the American world of afternoon tea, including when and where Americans go to tea, the average cost, and popular American afternoon tea themes.
“Because the tradition of afternoon tea, (sometimes referred to as “high tea” in the U.S.) — which includes savory bites, scones with spreads, mini desserts and of course, tea — is a leisurely meal, it is the perfect scrumptious prescription for slowing down to reconnect with friends and family,” says founder Angela Renals. “Unfortunately, online searches for afternoon tea often omit venues without a strong online presence or which are not actual tearooms (i.e., museums, gardens, etc.). Destination Tea intends to bridge this information gap with our primary research and detailed directories.”
Statistics: U.S. Afternoon Tea Venues
Using its amassed countrywide afternoon tea venue data, Destination Tea today unveils the top states and cities where one can find afternoon tea, excerpted from its new infographic,
“The United States of Afternoon Tea”:
- Top 10 States for Afternoon Tea: California (119), Florida (72), New York (66), Pennsylvania (64), Texas (59), Virginia (49), Michigan (45), New Jersey (41), Ohio (41), Maryland (40).
- Top American Cities for Afternoon Tea: New York City, NY, Los Angeles, CA, Washington, DC, Dallas, TX, Chicago, IL, Atlanta, GA, San Francisco, CA, Denver, CO, Austin, TX, Boston, MA, Charleston, SC, Cincinnati, OH, Pittsburgh, PA and Portland, OR.
On a mission to make afternoon tea more well-known and accessible to all generations, Destination Tea also serves the afternoon tea community via its pictorial afternoon tea reviews, content on the history and customs of afternoon tea, and Facebook updates including alerts for limited seating afternoon tea events, new tearoom openings and afternoon tea news.
About Destination Tea
Based in Dunwoody, GA, Destination Tea (www.destinationtea.com) is where new and experienced tea drinkers find their favorite places for reconnecting over tea, savories and sweets. As today’s friends and families rediscover the centuries-old tradition of afternoon tea, Destination Tea is their online resource, including a listing of all U.S. afternoon tea venues, browsable by map, price and teatimes. Destination Tea invites afternoon tea novices and enthusiasts alike to explore the website to learn more about tea basics, afternoon tea history and customs, and hosting afternoon tea at home.
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