Places to enjoy proper English tea on Long Island

A waitress pours tea at Teapot, a newly

(Credit: Charles Eckert)

English afternoon tea began in England as a bridge between meals, but the centuries-old tradition has expanded worldwide. The clink of cups on china and platters of dainty finger sandwiches and pastries are typical of English afternoon tea, and can be found right here on Long Island. -- Elaine Vuong

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