Far Leaves is a serene retreat on a busy stretch of San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley, where each table has its own hot water boiler to keep you sipping happily.
Far Leaves is a serene retreat on a busy stretch of San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley, where vines wind along the concrete walls and low-lit lanterns and colorful tapestries hang overhead. Each table has its own hot water boiler, so you can nurse a pot without being left with lukewarm dregs. The expertly sourced teas include white, green, oolong, black and pu-ehr flavors, as well as original Far Leaves blends. (Mind Focus, a heady mixture of roots, legumes and herbs, is a favorite among Berkeley students.) Far Leaves teas are also served in a smattering of Bay Area restaurants and cafes, including Quince, Pizzaiolo, and Terzo.
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2626 San Pablo Ave
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sat 11am–7pm; Sun 2pm–7pm|