In Line for iN-TEA
During weekends full of playoff games, it’s often difficult for busy students to find a quiet place to study. Homes full of family members cheering on their football team don’t exactly provide the best environment for focusing on schoolwork. But never fear, a new business in Downtown Littleton, iN-TEA provides the perfect place to do homework while enjoying a nice cup of freshly brewed tea.
This charming tea house opened last April on Main Street after moving from the Chatfield area, where they originally opened in 2008. Their new space includes a larger seating area, with comfortable bench and couch areas as well as tables, making it ideal for both studying and socializing with friends. The shop also includes private meeting rooms that groups can rent out for book clubs, parties and even business meetings.
iN-TEA offers over 100 different loose-leaf teas that can be ordered hot, iced or as a slush. Hot tea comes in a personal tea pot with a cup that guests can refill at their leisure, making it a perfect study companion. Also, a tea pot refill is only $0.50, so students will not go thirsty should they choose to stay and study for hours on hours.
Along with tea, iN-TEA offers a variety of snacks and meals that they order in from various establishments around town. This includes sandwiches and salads from Wild Thyme Naturals, and tapas and gluten free options from Taste of Denmark and Cinnafusions.
The tea house is located on Main Street next to Littleton Towne Hall Performing Arts Center.by
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