Are you like me and sick of people always wanting to go out for coffee? I drink tea! To date, I've not found a better place to do so than at the World Tea House in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Serving over 100 types of tea, there is surely something there for everyone, even the most strict coffee drinkers. With a pot of tea ranging from $2 to $4.25 it is also a cheap alternative for something to do on a rainy Halifax afternoon (let’s face it, there are a lot of those). There are also weekly tea specials so you might be lucky enough to find something you never thought of trying but you give it a go because it is the special. It also has a great atmosphere, right downtown, you can escape the rush of the city and sit back and relax here.
They recently won an award in the Coast’s Food and Drink Survey Awards, which goes to say that this little place has quite a following. They also have a bunch of teaware items and gadgets for sale. You can also buy tea in tins to take home. If you’re a fan of baked goods, they carry a range of items daily. Right across the road is the Neptune Theatre so you could always grab a spot of tea then head over to see a show.
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