Tea at The Plaza is what comes to mind when anyone suggests afternoon tea in New York City.
Situated directly across from Central Park, the luxury hotel’s location can’t be beat. Looking majestic and regal, The Plaza is a sight to behold for tourists and locals alike.
The hotel is iconic and the afternoon tea served inside the Palm Court is considered a quintessential New York experience.
Because The Plaza is well aware how popular their afternoon tea is, they can charge a lot more than most afternoon tea places, and they do.
How Much is Afternoon Tea at The Plaza?
The New Yorker Tea is the classic and it’s $75 per person. Six small tea sandwiches, scones, and a variety of bite-sized sweets. Add Champagne and it goes up to $90 per person.
The Champagne Tea at $95 per person offers more higher-end food options like foie gras and lobster. This one comes with Champagne as I’m sure you figured out. You can add caviar for an extra cost. Report this ad
The Children’s Eloise Tea is $60 per child under 12 years old. Hot fruity and herbal teas are listed but lemonade and iced tea are also options. This tea service is very kid-friendly with peanut butter and jelly tea sandwiches and cotton candy for the third sweets course.