There are literally thousands of things to do in OC, if you are looking for something to do for your Girls’ Day out. You could go out for drinks, a movie or maybe even a stroll through downtown. This week we decided to talk about different tea shops you and your friends can hang out in. So here are 3 of our favorite tea shops located in OC.

Tranquil Tea Lounge

Tranquil Tea Lounge is a modern tea lounge that also serves as a restaurant, event venue and retail store located in Downtown Fullerton.They have a menu of over 95 different specialty and organic loose leaf teas. If you want to catch breakfast then make sure you get there before 11:00 A.M.; lunch on the other hand (sandwiches, salads and desserts) is served all day. The Tea Lounge is also equipped with a private event room which features a TV and DVD player. People often times use this room for bridal showers, business meetings and baby showers. The event room has a capacity of twelve while the entire lounge which is also available for private parties has a capacity of forty-five people.

Phone: 714.869.3577
Address: 106 W. Wilshire Ave., Fullerton, CA 92832
Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9:00 am-9:00 P.M. Sundays: 11:00 A.M.- 6:00 P.M.
Email: info@tranquiltealounge.com
Website: www.tranquiltealounge.com

Paris In a Cup Tea Salon and Cafe

This French themed tea salon is located in the Historic Old Towne Orange and was created for people who need a “get-away” from their everyday lives. Inspired by old Paris themed movies, the owner, Cheryl Turner, has managed to bring Paris into the Heart of Southern California. Lunch and tea are served every day in their “Grand Salon”. The Menu has plenty of lunch options, along with, a variety of tea selections that include French imports, US teas, and their own signature teas. This tea shop is known for their baked potato soup and award winning scones. The salon is also known for being beautifully decorated making it a perfect place for baby showers, birthday parties or any other type of celebration.

Things to note: Paris in a Cup Tea Salon is known for being quite busy. They are more than happy to accommodate walk in guests whenever seats are available, but it is probably better if you reserve your seat before you go.

Phone: 714-538-9411
Address: 119 S Glassell St Orange, CA 92866
Hours: Wednesday - Friday: 11:00 A.M. - 2:30 P.M., Saturday - Sunday: 11:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M., Closed Monday & Tuesday
Email: information@parisinacupteasalon.com
Website: www.parisinacupteasalon.com

The Resort at Pelican Hill - Tea Moderno

The Resort at Pelican Hill offers afternoon tea sessions Friday through Sunday from 2-4 p.m. These sessions are held in the Great Room which is located near the lobby of the main entrance. The area is known for its beautiful decorations and tranquil environment. It has a large fireplace which helps set a warm and welcoming mood along with the glass windows that overlook the ocean. One of the great things about this place are the great seating options, you can choose to sit in a comfortable love seat, couch or over sized chair that will help you relax as soon as you sit down.They also serve some great teas like traditional English Breakfast and Earl Grey or if you like stronger flavors, they also have nine other blends which, include: Mountain Berry, Peppermint and Vanilla Rooibos.

Phone: 949-467-6800
Address: Pelican Hill Resort, 22701 Pelican Hill Road South, Newport Coast
Hours: Friday - Sunday 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Website: www.pelicanhill.com/calendar/tea-moderno/

So those were three great Girls Day out ideas that you might want to try. It’s always great to take some time off to relax and have some tea with friends. These tea lounge places are sure to make your girls night out a great experience.

Michael Hernandez

Michael Hernandez

Staff Writer at OC Foodie Fest
Hey! I am Michael and I have been living in Orange County for 10 years now. I love to write, especially about Orange County. On my free time I like to head down to the beach with friends and play basketball on men's Sunday league team.
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