A creative restaurant. Food and drink items have an Alice and Wonderland theme. They have signature teas and food items. It's worth a visit.
This is a very cute establishment worth visiting if you are in the neighborhood. Our waitress was very friendly and helpful - she recommended a tea with chocolate notes that was very nice. The chicken sausage/potato hash was delicious and I would highly recommend it.
We stopped in on a late Monday morning for breakfast and tea. The staff gave us a mini tour and we loved the upstairs area. The seating up there is great for a big group or party. Alas we were only two people so we sat downstairs. The tables are close and it's hard not to hear everyone's conversations but... 更多
We haven't been here in many years. We were in the city for an event and decided to have lunch here. What a wonderful treat! As charming as ever! We had the "Mad Hatter" tea to two. Everything was just fantastic but one of the best things was our server Libby. She was personable, funny, and attentive! Couldn't ask for... 更多
We had been here before on another family visit to New York and so loved it then (a few years ago) that we just had to go back. On this trip however we were met with an apathetic server that we could never seem to see or find - not for lunch menus - at 11:20 it would have been... 更多
Friends invited us to join them for Sunday brunch at Alice's Tea Cut on 64th Street which was near the intersection of 64th and Lexington just off the Q line of the subway. It was cozy and cute - perfect for young girls, medium girls, and even old girls. My husband would have felt comfortable but he chose to let... 更多
Met here to have tea with my daughters (teens and early 20's) last night. We do love to try new tea places wherever we go. We also love doing our own high tea , which is hard to beat because being of Irish descent, we make some amazing scones at home! The atmosphere at Alice's is really drab and run-down.... 更多