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Teaquation Tonic opens in Palo Alto

Uploaded: Jun 27, 2018
Redwood City tea cafe Teaquation opened a new outpost in downtown Palo Alto this weekend.

During its soft-opening phase, Teaquation Tonic is serving a limited menu of serving tea-based drinks and food at 115 Hamilton Ave. The drinks are are made from fresh-steeped tea, fruits and homemade ingredients. Later, beer and wine will be incorporated to make true tea cocktails.


From left, Teaquation's Sunset Boulevard, The Joker, Orange n' Black and Lucky Break drinks. Photo by Michelle Le.

Dishes include a buffalo cheese dip, a meatball sandwich, pork belly sandwich and housemade macarons.

Owner Mercedes Mapua, a former tech designer from the Philippines, opened Teaquation in 2016.

Teaquation Tonic is currently open for limited hours. Follow the cafe on social media for the latest hours.
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Posted by charles reilly, a resident of another community,
on Jun 27, 2018 at 8:54 pm

OK! that's it ... no more tea shops; we have a million of them. Oh, sorry, not really - just kidding; tea is good for you! But tonight I was in RWC Bubble & Wrap - totally crowded, full of people; families, techies, Seniors, kids .... It was a great, warm night for beer, ice cream, street-front dining at terrific, eclectic restaurants ...


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