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Tea & Biscuits

Neverland high tea

An excuse to eat four kinds of treats in one sitting? Yes, please.

Secret Tea Garden

Kid’s high tea, as well as gluten-free options. Lovely space, but it’s worth noting that you need reservations for high tea.

5559 West Boulevard, Vancouver

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Kid’s high tea in the newly renovated lounge, The Roof. Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options too.

900 West Georgia Street, Vancouver

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Neverland Tea Salon

This gorgeous tea room will satisfy everyone’s fancy tea salon requirements. Gluten-free and dairy-free options, as well as kid’s high tea, and a tipsy tea for grown-ups if it’s that kind of afternoon.

3066 West Broadway, Vancouver

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Butter Baked Goods

The home of the famous giant pillowy marshmallows, tea at Butter can include whoopie pies and all sorts of good things.

4907 Mackenzie Street, Vancouver

The Last Crumb

A casual and beautiful cafe. Try their fancy hot chocolate with housemate marshmallow. Lots of gluten-free options.

3080 Main Street, Vancouver

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Image credits: Neverland Tea Salon, Butter Baked Goods

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