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The next year, Moby, the techno pioneer, tea shop entrepreneur and longtime cultural truffle pig, went so far as to declare Los Angeles, not New York, the new mecca for young bohemians, in another Guardian essay.
Many poured into Shah Porir Dwip, a border crossing and notorious smuggling den somewhat disguised by a collection of scruffy tea shops.
Tucked inside the state’s largest Asian mall -- the other storefronts are home to restaurants, bakeries, bubble tea shops, travel agencies and stores -- Fubonn is the east side’s catch-all grocery.
Stories of the dish’s origins vary — a favorite tea shop, a swim in the river — but boil down to this: A friend falls ill.
Blonde woods, whitewashed exposed brick, and bright natural light define the space at modern tea shop Xuán Tea, which opened earlier this summer steps from the 606 (more on that later).
BROOKFIELD - The Corners of Brookfield will soon be home to DavidsTea, a modern tea shop.
Teavana, which operates a chain of tea shops stores, was acquired by Starbucks in 2012 for $620 million.
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