Featured Restaurants

Best Burger Bar

(195 Washington, St., Brookline)

– Tea Rose – England Vodka, rose-scented black tea (chilled), lemon juice, simple syrup, rosewater – $13


Bon Me

(313 Congress St)

– Deviled Tea Egg – eggs soaked in black tea topped with homemade spicy mayo, cayenne pepper, scallions – $2.50 each


Blue State Coffee

(Available at all locations in MA, CT & RI)

– Revolutionary Tea – English Breakfast Tea and Blueberry Rooibos blend – $2.75


City Tap House

(10 Boston Wharf Rd)

– #What’sTheT? – Triple8 vodka, iced tea, citrus – $10


Flour Bakery + Café

(7 locations in Back Bay, Cambridge, Fort Point & South End)

– Matcha Latte (with house-made raspberry syrup) $4.50 sm/$5 lrg


HARPOON BREWERY

(306 Northern Ave)

– Annual Harpoon Boston Tea Party Ale made with Souchong tea, a classic black tea from the Wuyi Mountains of China will be launched on December 5, 2018. This tea, provided by the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, is known for its very distinctive smoky aroma and is one of the five teas thrown into Boston’s historic waters during The Boston Tea Party.


The Marliave

(10 Bosworth St)

– The Boston Tea Party – Lunazul Tequila, Earl Grey tea, ginger beer, lemon – $13


The Reserve

(located in The Langham Hotel – 25 Franklin St)

– G&Tea – Two-level glass teapot with hotel’s custom Reserve Gin, infused with The Langham’s loose-leaf Palm Court Tea served with lemon, honey, soda water – $30 (serves 2)


OAK Long Bar + Kitchen

(located in the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel – 138 St James Ave)

Revolution – Classic Cognac milk punch made with tangerine vanilla rooibos tea – $15
Son of Liberty – Cognac, orange sherbet tea syrup, Prosecco, lemon – $15 (available for brunch only – Saturdays & Sundays) – $15


Parish Café

(361 Boylston St)

– Fig & Tea Party PB&J – Fig & chamomile tea chutney, pine nut butter, great hill blue cheese on a toasted baguette – $14.95


RUMBA

(InterContinental Boston – 510 Atlantic Ave)

LIFE & LIBERTEA – Rum steeped with Earl Grey tea, honey syrup, muddled lemons -$14
Tea Act – Rum, Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur, Mathilde Pêche, iced tea, muddled ginger, lemon – $14


Shojo

(9 Tyler St)

– Cold Tea for Two – Oolong tea-infused vodka, Pêche de Vigne liqueur, oolong tea syrup, lemon – $20


OFFERED FROM DEC. 1 – DEC. 16, 2018:

Durgin-Park Restaurant

(340 N Market St)

– Durgin-Park Hearty Tea Party – 1 cup of clam chowder, Boston cut of Prime Rib, Indian Pudding – $40


Cape Ann Brewing Company

Cape Ann Brewery

(11 Rogers St. Gloucester, MA)

– Tea Party Barley Wine, a craft beer made with 3 different styles of tea thrown into Boston’s historic waters during The Boston Tea Party – $6 (10oz)


OFFERED FROM DEC. 14 – DEC. 16, 2018:

Avenue One

(Hyatt Regency Boston – 1 Avenue de Lafayette)

– British Breakfast Buffet – $27/person (available 6:30 -10:30 a.m. Friday/6:30 – 11:30 a.m. Saturday/Sunday)


OFFERED THE EVENING OF DEC. 16, 2018:

L’Espalier

(774 Boylston St)

– Tea Dinner – Exclusive 5-course dinner paired with a selection of teas thrown overboard during The Boston Tea Party. Includes a Historic Colonial Tea Punch – $95/person


OFFERED THE EVENING OF DEC. 16, – DEC. 22, 2018:

ArtBar

(Royal Sonesta Hotel – 40 Edwin H Land Blvd, Cambridge)

– The Boston Tea Party – Tea-infused gin, St. Germain, lemonade, iced tea – $13