As someone who lives in a converted living room, I can attest to the fact that things in NYC are getting smaller. And apparently, it's not just real estate: even our pop-ups are tiny.
Today, NESTEA is unveiling a tiny house that will be serving free sips of its new line of non-GMO, corn syrup-free, artificial color-free teas, as part of its "Less is More" initiative.
The miniature house, which looks like something out of Edward Scissorhands, will be open from 9am–5pm today at Herald Square and will feature Pitch Perfect's Anna Camp on-site to meet and greet.
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