Lovejoy’s Tea Room was the second tea spot my brother and I stopped at. We loved it. Here is our review.

Our first impressions once we settled in…

Our final word on Lovejoy’s

We have to give Lovejoy a πŸ™‚

Lovejoy’s Tea Room

1351 Church St
San Francisco, CA 94114-3924
(415) 648-5895

Samovar Tea in San Francisco

September 1, 2009

When I visited my brother in the bay area in mid August, we went to San Francisco and explored some tea spots. We decided to make a video guide for nextstop.com (where you can create travel guides to share with others around the world). I thought I’d share our critique πŸ™‚

Here is when we first arrived and ordered our tea + dessert. Sorry I don’t quite know exactly what we ordered here. I’ll try to be more attentive next time πŸ™‚

My brother started making me laugh at the end of the video…oh siblings…

Our final word on Samovar

Sorry Samovar, we have to give you a 😦 However, our opinions are based on three items we ordered on their menu so we don’t want to project this experience on everything else they have to offer. They also serve actual meals here too which we did not try. Like I said, depending on what your objective is this might be a place you want to check out.

Samovar

730 Howard St
San Francisco, CA 94103-3119
(415) 227-9400
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Imen Shan, Owner

"There's a transcending level of this tea. It's a very personal, life-altering experience," Imen Shan says. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

Imen Shan is SERIOUS about her tea. After reading this article I am blown away by her knowledge and almost divine allegience to tea.

One of the world’s leading experts on Chinese single-tree teas purveys her rare brews in an unlikely locale: a shop in a run-of-the-mill South Bay Mall

Read the rest of the LA times article here
Tea Habitat, 21B Peninsula Center, Palos Verdes. (310) 921-5282. www.teahabitat.com