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Santa Fe, NM, 87501
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Tea Wisdom

Where to Get a Cup of Tea in Santa Fe

Margaret Wack

Santa Fe Tea Spots

Looking for a cup of tea in Santa Fe? From charming cafes to late-night locales, here are 9 great spots that serve ArtfulTea’s loose leaf tea in the City Different!

  1. Iconik Coffee Roasters

    While Iconik might be renowned in Santa Fe for their cool vibes, knowledgable baristas, and stellar coffee, they also have a wonderful tea selection! Try sipping an Apricot Brandy iced tea on a hot summer afternoon, or a classic Earl Grey for a warming morning cup. Iconik has three locations: one near downtown on Guadalupe Street, one on Water Street inside Collected Works Bookstore, and a third location on Lena street. Whether you’re looking to sip on something while you browse books, settle down for an afternoon in a cozy coffeeshop, or just get a cup of tea to take on the go, Iconik has a little something for everyone!

  2. Henry and the Fish

    A charming cafe in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, Henry and the Fish carries a rotating selection of both hot and iced teas, in addition to coffee, sandwiches, bowls, and other light fare. Try an iced matcha lavender latte for a drink that tastes like summer, or stop by to see what the tea of the day is!

  3. The Good Stuff

    If you’re looking for an eclectic cafe that doubles as a retail shop with a diverse selection of records, books, and more, look no further than The Good Stuff. Located just a few blocks from the Plaza, they have excellent tea, coffee, and books and records new and old. Stop by to spend an afternoon browsing the classics, and maybe even find a hidden gem or two.

  4. Santa Fe Espresso

    Tea and ice cream? Yes please! Santa Fe Espresso serves up an excellent selection of tea, coffee, and Haagen Daas ice cream for a combo that can’t be beat. Located directly on the historic plaza in downtown Santa Fe, they’re the perfect pit spot whether you’re spending the day museum hopping or exploring the city.

  5. Santa Fe Oxygen Bar

    Santa Fe Oxygen Bar’s Apothecary Restaurant offers a diverse selection of teas, elixirs, lattes, and much more. Try Darjeeling or Sencha for a classic cup of loose leaf tea, or experiment with one of their soothing, healing herbal infusions. The Oxygen Bar is also a great place to stop for lunch, and offers a variety of new age-inspired cuisine with great vegan and vegetarian options.

  6. Joseph’s Culinary Pub

    If you’re looking for a great meal followed by an after-dinner cup of tea, you can’t beat Joseph’s Culinary Pub. Located a few blocks away from downtown, Joseph’s offers a variety of New American cuisine served in a cozy but upscale atmosphere. For a special treat, try one of their stellar desserts along with a soothing cup!

  7. Tres Colores

    One of the hidden gems of downtown Santa Fe, Tres Colores serves up authentic Mexican cuisine in a cozy, casual spot just a block away from the plaza. They offer a rotating selection of iced teas along with tacos, burritos, fajitas, and more. After your meal, be sure to stop by and visit us at ArtfulTea right next door!

  8. Herve Wine Bar

    Whether you’re in the mood for a calming cup of tea, a glass of wine to unwind with at the end of the day, or a bite to eat, Herve Wine Bar has a little something for everyone. Located near downtown in a sunny, breezy spot with vaulted glass ceilings and plant-strewn balconies, Herve feels like a world apart. Try wine from New Mexico-based Lescombes family vineyards, tasteful tapas and small plates, and tea from ArtfulTea!

  9. Tonic

    If you’re looking for a late-night cup of tea, look no further than Tonic. Along with a diverse selection of craft cocktails, art-deco decor, and speakeasy ambience, Tonic serves up a variety of loose leaf teas in addition to their alcoholic offerings. They also occasionally blend tea and spirits on their rotating cocktail menu! Tonic is open until 2am Monday through Saturday, making it a great after-hours spot.

  10. The Coffee Wheel

    Located in the nearby neighborhood of Eldorado, The Coffee Wheel is a cosy coffee shop that also serves tea, coffee, hot chocolate, pastries, and more. The cafe also features textiles and jewelry from all over the world.

  11. 101 Coffee

    101 Coffee is a bustling local coffee shop located on the south side of Santa Fe. They serve tea, coffee, espresso drinks, pastries, breakfast burritos, and a variety of other light fare. They also feature outdoor patio seating, seasonal specials, neighborhood discounts, and free wifi!

Whether you’re looking for a quick cup to take on the go or are interested in tea with lunch, dinner, or drinks, Santa Fe has a wealth of options to choose from! And if you’re in the City Different, be sure to stop by ArtfulTea in downtown Santa Fe to taste our daily samples and stock up on your favorite loose leaf teas!

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