September 17, 2018

Table for Two #21: Blank Slate Tea

Rachel of Hello, Chelly and I have teamed up to bring you a collaboration that involves two of my favorite things: New York City and food. Welcome to Table for Two, where the two of us will be highlighting restaurants and dessert spots in New York City. Today, I'll be sharing my thoughts on Blank Slate Tea, while Rachel will be talking about our visit to Blue Box Cafe.

I love finding places to eat in New York City that have tasty food and an adorable aesthetic. Blank Slate Tea fits both those criteria perfectly, and it's unsurprising that it's become a spot that I like frequenting. (It does help that it's located only a few streets away from my office!) I love the dainty, colorful aesthetic it sports, the really cheerful and positive staff and I've enjoyed each drink and dish I've had the chance to taste on my visits.

On our most recent visit, Rachel & I wanted to try out their two dessert dishes - the rose gold dip and the earl grey lavender tea cookie skillet. The former is rose-flavored dip topped with edible gold and served with tea cookies and strawberries, while the latter is basically a cookie in a skillet topped with earl grey glaze. Both were really good! I think I might prefer the cookie a smidge more, just because I love cookies, but I definitely think both were having.

You should definitely drop by Blank Slate Tea if you ever get the chance, particularly if you're a tea fan (their tea offerings are pretty delicious too). It's located on 121 Madison Avenue (between 30th and 31st St), New York, NY 10016.


  1. Sounds divine!! Thanks for sharing your review of Blank Slate Tea. I am a tea lover.

  2. I love it there! We should go back soon :-D

  3. Ohh, this looks like a bunch of delicious sweets, haha :D Glad you enjoyed trying out this place. <3 Thank you for sharing lovely :)


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