Robinson's Tea Room

★★★★☆
40.9173 -73.1474
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631-751-1232

97 Main St Ste E

Stony Brook, NY

11790

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About Robinson's Tea Room

Hours
Tue - Fri, 10am - 4pm; Sat, 10am - 6pm; Sun. 11am - 5pm; Mon, closed

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Located in the Heart of Stonybrook village, Robinson's Tea Room is a great place for lunch. It is very sweet and simple. It is avery comfortable setting and all the staff is very friendly.

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Located in the Heart of Stonybrook village, Robinson's Tea Room is a great place for lunch. It is very sweet and simple. It is avery comfortable setting and all the staff is very friendly.

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A clean and nicely decorated tea room. The staff is warm, welcoming and attentive. There are many flavors of tea to choose from and the 3-tier plate rack of scones, finger sandwiches and deserts were fresh and tasted very good. My wife loved this place and cannot wait to go back. Its well worth the price to make the wife happy.

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A clean and nicely decorated tea room. The staff is warm, welcoming and attentive. There are many flavors of tea to choose from and the 3-tier plate rack of scones, finger sandwiches and deserts were fresh and tasted very good. My wife loved this place and cannot wait to go back. Its well worth the price to make the wife happy.

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I love this little place tucked away in Stony Brook Village. They even have china for children to have a tea party as well. A great place to meet with friends to catch up. The shop does sell coffee too, but they have a selection of over 50 different kinds of teas. Also, you can even order little tea sandwiches with the crusts cut off!

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I love this little place tucked away in Stony Brook Village. They even have china for children to have a tea party as well. A great place to meet with friends to catch up. The shop does sell coffee too, but they have a selection of over 50 different kinds of teas. Also, you can even order little tea sandwiches with the crusts cut off!

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I first came here when I was 12. I loved it, so for my 13th birthday I had a tea party there and made everyone dress in their finest tea outfits (We all looked like we were going to prom). The design is a charming sunny country feel. The tables are floral and lace, and every teapot and cup is vintage and unique.

There is a long list of teas! When I was 12 there was maybe 30, and my favorite was rose petal tea. Now there might be 200 or more, black, green, white teas with flavors ranging from familiar (jasmine and earl gray for example) to unique and daring (Chocolate macadamia nut, pumkin spice, and exotic fruit fusions).
If you like iced tea, they only have a few kinds, like strawberry or peach, which are perfect on a summer day!

There is plenty to eat here too. There is a sandwhich for everyone, there's daily soups, quiche, salads, scones, and my favorite warm bri with apples and crackers.

I really recommend this to tea-lovers and people who are looking for a place that is full of charm and in a very beautiful area.

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★★★★★

I first came here when I was 12. I loved it, so for my 13th birthday I had a tea party there and made everyone dress in their finest tea outfits (We all looked like we were going to prom). The design is a charming sunny country feel. The tables are floral and lace, and every teapot and cup is vintage and unique.

There is a long list of teas! When I was 12 there was maybe 30, and my favorite was rose petal tea. Now there might be 200 or more, black, green, white teas with flavors ranging from familiar (jasmine and earl gray for example) to unique and daring (Chocolate macadamia nut, pumkin spice, and exotic fruit fusions).
If you like iced tea, they only have a few kinds, like strawberry or peach, which are perfect on a summer day!

There is plenty to eat here too. There is a sandwhich for everyone, there's daily soups, quiche, salads, scones, and my favorite warm bri with apples and crackers.

I really recommend this to tea-lovers and people who are looking for a place that is full of charm and in a very beautiful area.

Pros: Tea list, friendly service, great location, cozy

Cons: closed on mondays!

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