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Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria
Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria
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Where To Find Afternoon Tea in Las Vegas

High tea in Las Vegas

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Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria
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Happy hour is a time-honored tradition in Las Vegas, but every so often the occasion calls for an upscale alternative. The British tradition of afternoon tea originated in the mid-1800s when the Duchess of Bedford found herself in need of a light meal between lunch and dinner. Eventually, this became a social event revolving around scones with clotted cream, cucumber sandwiches, and of course, tea.

For those on this side of the pond, it’s hard to imagine donning lace gloves and heading out into the neon landscape of Las Vegas for assorted pastries and Earl Grey, but the mid-day tradition does exist among the slot machines and showgirls of Sin City. Here’s where to find it.

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Coffee Religion

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This coffee house also has a reservations-required high tea service for $35 per person. You’ll enjoy scones, clotted cream, several desserts, and finger sandwiches, as well as two pots of tea.

LaPostté

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LaPostte is an off Strip afternoon tea option located in the up and coming Chinatown neighborhood. High tea is served daily and includes unique options such as dark roasted oolong tea, lychee black tea, and osmanthus tea. Tiered platters of colorful cupcakes and delicate sandwiches are available for pairings.

LaPostté
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Petrossian Bar

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The Bellagio takes the idea of European luxury and executes it flawlessly with afternoon tea at Petrossian Bar. Located in the lobby of the hotel, this bar serves afternoon tea Friday through Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. The menu features imported tea, miniature pastries, open-faced sandwiches, and scones with clotted cream. Live piano lends the experience a classic soundtrack.

Petrossian Bar
Petrossian Bar
Bellagio

Café Lola

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Located at the edge of Summerlin with views of the Spring Mountains, Cafe Lola is a cocoon of champagne, flowers, cupcakes, and all things pink. The insanely Instagrammable spot is more than just the perfect place for grabbing a frappe topped with a donut, it’s also a haven for afternoon tea fans. For $45, cafe-goers can order a pot of tea with assorted pastries or upgrade to champagne for an extra $15.

Tea Lounge

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Despite its prime location, Waldorf Astoria exists as a sort of antithesis to the Las Vegas Strip. The setting is elegant, serene, and in the case of the resort’s Tea Lounge, high above the bustling sidewalks of the city. The restaurant serves afternoon tea daily for $58 per person. Diners can order loose leaf tea from around the world, scones with clotted cream and marmalade, brie and apple compote sandwiches plus vegan and gluten-free options. The real treat — in addition to the sophisticated tea service — is taking in one of the best views in town.

Tea Lounge
Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria
Waldorf Astoria [Official Site]

Veranda

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Tucked away inside Mandalay Bay, the Four Seasons Hotel offers an intimate experience complete with afternoon tea at the bright, contemporary poolside restaurant. The tea service is available from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and requires reservations. Diners can savor a wide selection of organic teas accompanied by traditional scones with Devonshire cream, light sandwiches, and pastries. Champagne is available to infuse the traditional event with a little Las Vegas spirit.

Veranda
Veranda
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Queen of Hearts

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Distinct Alice in Wonderland vibes make the room at Queen of Hearts. Reservations are required, which means the service is always personalized. For $45 per person, you’ll get to sample a couple of teas, plus a generous selection of bites including cream puffs with White Rabbit ears, buttery shortbread stenciled like playing cards, and finger sandwiches.

The Tea Terrace

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The Tea Terrace is a childhood dream: the tea room is full of flowers, pink, and feminine touches. The menu features a handful of options, including the Duke’s Tea (a gluten-free meal), the Queen’s tea, and the King’s Tea, which includes a caviar-filled crepe. Reservations recommended.

Coffee Religion

This coffee house also has a reservations-required high tea service for $35 per person. You’ll enjoy scones, clotted cream, several desserts, and finger sandwiches, as well as two pots of tea.

LaPostté

LaPostté
LaPostté
LaPostté/Facebook

LaPostte is an off Strip afternoon tea option located in the up and coming Chinatown neighborhood. High tea is served daily and includes unique options such as dark roasted oolong tea, lychee black tea, and osmanthus tea. Tiered platters of colorful cupcakes and delicate sandwiches are available for pairings.

LaPostté
LaPostté
LaPostté/Facebook

Petrossian Bar

Petrossian Bar
Petrossian Bar
Bellagio

The Bellagio takes the idea of European luxury and executes it flawlessly with afternoon tea at Petrossian Bar. Located in the lobby of the hotel, this bar serves afternoon tea Friday through Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. The menu features imported tea, miniature pastries, open-faced sandwiches, and scones with clotted cream. Live piano lends the experience a classic soundtrack.

Petrossian Bar
Petrossian Bar
Bellagio

Café Lola

Located at the edge of Summerlin with views of the Spring Mountains, Cafe Lola is a cocoon of champagne, flowers, cupcakes, and all things pink. The insanely Instagrammable spot is more than just the perfect place for grabbing a frappe topped with a donut, it’s also a haven for afternoon tea fans. For $45, cafe-goers can order a pot of tea with assorted pastries or upgrade to champagne for an extra $15.

Tea Lounge

Tea Lounge
Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria
Waldorf Astoria [Official Site]

Despite its prime location, Waldorf Astoria exists as a sort of antithesis to the Las Vegas Strip. The setting is elegant, serene, and in the case of the resort’s Tea Lounge, high above the bustling sidewalks of the city. The restaurant serves afternoon tea daily for $58 per person. Diners can order loose leaf tea from around the world, scones with clotted cream and marmalade, brie and apple compote sandwiches plus vegan and gluten-free options. The real treat — in addition to the sophisticated tea service — is taking in one of the best views in town.

Tea Lounge
Tea Lounge at Waldorf Astoria
Waldorf Astoria [Official Site]

Veranda

Veranda
Veranda
Amelinda B Lee

Tucked away inside Mandalay Bay, the Four Seasons Hotel offers an intimate experience complete with afternoon tea at the bright, contemporary poolside restaurant. The tea service is available from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and requires reservations. Diners can savor a wide selection of organic teas accompanied by traditional scones with Devonshire cream, light sandwiches, and pastries. Champagne is available to infuse the traditional event with a little Las Vegas spirit.

Veranda
Veranda
Amelinda B Lee

Queen of Hearts

Distinct Alice in Wonderland vibes make the room at Queen of Hearts. Reservations are required, which means the service is always personalized. For $45 per person, you’ll get to sample a couple of teas, plus a generous selection of bites including cream puffs with White Rabbit ears, buttery shortbread stenciled like playing cards, and finger sandwiches.

The Tea Terrace

The Tea Terrace is a childhood dream: the tea room is full of flowers, pink, and feminine touches. The menu features a handful of options, including the Duke’s Tea (a gluten-free meal), the Queen’s tea, and the King’s Tea, which includes a caviar-filled crepe. Reservations recommended.

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