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Seven Cups - Closed

1882 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210 | South Denver | 303-777-2877

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Denver's only Chinese teahouse offers nearly a hundred varieties of tea, all sourced from China. This location is the first franchise of a Tucson-based operation whose owners spend months in China every year, looking for tea to feature in their stores. As a result, Seven Cups stocks tea you won't find in any grocery store: yellow tea, scented tea, display tea and puer tea, which comes in a pancake-shaped package and is the only kind of tea meant to be aged. But Seven Cups does much more than pour tea: With mahjong nights and tea tastings and regular speakers on Chinese culture, this shop is working hard to bring an authentic Chinese experience to South Pearl.

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  • Cuisine(s): Asian, Chinese, Coffeehouse, Tea
  • Hours: Sun 11am-6pm, Tue-Sat 11am-8pm
  • Features: Free Wifi, Kid Friendly, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible

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    Cooking with wine and even with beer has become commonplace -- but at 7 p.m. tonight at Seven Cups, 1882 South Pearl Street, Suzanne Klein, owner of Zanitea Organic Tea Blends, will discuss...
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    Addicted to Mahjong but can't find anyone to play with? Seven Cups, the teahouse at 1882 South Pearl Street, has the answer: twice-a-week Mahjong nights, when $2 gets you in on games played...

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