11 tea shops in Fort Worth, TX

Photo of a fresh cup of tea.
Hold onto your cups — we’re spilling the tea. | Photo by @ftwoday

Curled or raised? Either way, we’re holding our pinkies high for tea time. We’ve rounded up a wide varie-tea of places to sip on your favorite cuppa.

Feelin’ like royal-tea 🫖

Leaves Book + Tea Shop | 120 St. Louis Ave. | This shop offers 50+ tea options and charges the same price per cup — regardless of the tea — so customers can explore any delicious drink.

Secret Garden Tea Room | 2601 Montgomery St., Montgomery Street Antique Mall | Take your besties out for tea time, paired with an assortment of tea sandwiches + freshly baked scones.

The Ashton Hotel | 610 Main St. | Enjoy an afternoon with downtown views and finger foods like sandwiches, shortbreads + pastries.

Rose Garden Tea Room | 7200 Camp Bowie Blvd. | A high tea featuring scrumptious salads + soups, sandwiches, and homemade desserts.

Just a quick cuppa 🍵

Two Sisters Teahouse | 3400 Bernie Anderson Ave., Market at Ridglea | Treat a cold or calm your mind with a wide variety of tea remedies.

Fruitealicious Bubble Tea + Smoothies | 3041 Greene Ave. | This menu offers something for everybody boba, milk + iced tea — or build-your-own beverage by choosing a base, flavor + mixer.

Kokee Tea | 4800 S. Hulen St. | Cool down with a signature mocktail, cold brew, or milk tea.

Tea2Go Fort Worth | 2600 W. 7th St. | Energize yourself with an extra-caffeinated drink like the Superman or treat yourself to specialty drinks like the tropical sangria.

Outside the Loop 📍

LoneStar Tea Room | 5605 Denton Hwy., LoneStar Antiques | Pair a classic cup of tea with a specialty salad, quiche, or sampler plate.

Original Rose Garden Tea Room | 4720 S Cooper St., Arlington | Stay and sip a while with fruit plates, crepes — or if you’re feelin’ extra hungry — take on the three-course meal.

Tin Tulip Tearoom | 4905 S. Cooper St., Arlington | Get your gal-pals together and enjoy specialty teas, salads + sandwiches.

This article was authored by FTWtoday intern Hailey Lyon.