teaism


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teaism

the habitual use of tea.
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Another favorite Wieseltier haunt is the restaurant Teaism, 2009 R Street NW, where, he writes, he would "sit tranquilly, upstairs in the corner by the window, and hunt for the history of the mourner's kaddish.
Linda Neumann: We opened our first Teaism restaurant in 1996.
This is a Japanese rice and tea soup that is very popular at Teaism.
LN: Chai is far and away the most popular thing at Teaism.
Teaism is a very nuturing environment--for our customers and our employees.
Atlanta-based Tevana operates tea bars in seven states, there are three Teaism shops in Washington, DC, while New England-based Tealuxe now operates three units.
An occasional women's slam occurs at SisterSpace Bookstore, 1515 U Street NW, but two slams competing at the national competition joined forces: The Myth Poetry Series @ Teaism starts at 7 P.
Says the owner, with Michelle Brown, of Teaism (a teahouse that opened in June of 1996, in Washington, D.
In its serene yet spare, Japanese-inspired setting, Teaism combines the best of East and West with Asian fast food and gourmet teas.