San Francisco Magazine captured the spirit of our Mission location in a recent article. “Fast, cheap, delicious, beautiful, potent.” That’s how Jesse Jacobs sums up the attributes of a proper cup of tea. More specifically, it’s the cups of tea he began selling at his third location of Samovar in early June. Unlike its older siblings, which […]
SF Eater shares their first impressions of the newest Samovar on 411 Valencia in The Mission. If you’re looking for a leisurely lunch, be sure to visit one of our Tea Lounges. But if you’re looking for a fresh-baked scone and cup of tea brewed in our Tea Crucibles, the new Samovar Tea Bar is just what you need.
Take a look at the Crucible Brewing Process in this video by SF Business Times.
Paolo Lucchesi shared the inside scoop on our new location on 411 Valencia St. in the Mission District.
Check out Adam Weintraub’s feature article in the San Francisco Business Times about the launch of our new Samovar location in the Mission District on 411 Valencia Street.
Jesse Jacobs, founder of Samovar Tea Lounge, was interviewed by The American City Business Journals for the feature From Beginners to Bigshots: Click here to view the article on the ACBJ website. By Nathalie Pierpont Beginners to Bigshots featured Jesse Jacobs and Samovar Tea Lounge in the 2004 edition. Here we catch up on what […]
More than 15,000 people voted in San Francisco Bay Guardian’s Best of the Bay Readers Poll 2012, for their local, independent favorites. Samovar Tea Lounge was voted the Best Cup of Tea! Click here to read more
“A Global Guide to the Best Tea,” May 2012 Travel + Leisure Magazine named Samovar Tea Lounge one of the Best Places to Drink Tea in America, saying: “Samovar Tea Lounge’s patio and double-height glass wall [at Yerba Buena Gardens] are as transporting as its multicultural menu. “What to Drink: Japanese teas are a specialty; […]
Samovar’s event Tea With Zen and the Art of Life Management was recently featured on Forbes.com.
The New York Times Dining and Wine Section features Samovar among the colorful and diverse San Francisco Bay Area teahouses.