Our Teas In Fine Museums, Restaurants & Bars

Churchill's Fine Teas is served in fine Museums, Restaurants and Bars. Served as a beverage or part of amazing creative cocktails and even beer. 

Taft Museum of Art

A tradition that began with the exhibit that included the actual costumes from the Downton Abbey series were exhibited and also showcased around the Taft House. The exhibit was complimented with a fabulous Traditional English Afternoon Tea and a selection of Churchill's Fine Teas.

Complement your visit to ‪DressingDownton‬ with a unique and elegant afternoon tea. Enjoy seasonal savories, sweets, and classic tea favorites just like the Crawleys would have at Downton Abbey. Teas now available on Fridays during September! Click here

Look for special exhibits to be accompanied by an Afternoon Tea

Enjoy Afternoon Tea during Bijoux Parisiens!

Saturdays, February 25, March 25, April 29
Tea service at 2:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

The History Museum Southbend Indiana

We are pleased that the History Museum served our tea for their DressingDownton exhibit accompanied by an Afternoon Tea. We recently visited and found their Studebaker & Classic Car Musuem attached to the main house to be quite a history adventure. 

Cincinnatian Hotel

In keeping with the Cincinnatian Hotel's appetite for elegance, traditional afternoon tea is served every 3rd Sunday of the Month.

Featured in USA Today as one of the "10 Great Places to have Tea with your Mum", we offer a wide assortment of loose teas, the culinary confections of our pastry chef and a harpist which adds to the refined mood of this elegant afternoon tea.

Afternoon Tea Menu includes: 
A Pot of Properly Brewed Tea 
Chef's selection of Tea Sandwiches 
Fresh Baked Scones & Tea Breads served with Devonshire Cream and Preserves 
A variety of Tea Cookies, Miniature Tarts and Pastries

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Third Sunday of every month, March - November & every Saturday & Sunday in December

Reservations Required 513-381-3000

Salazar restaurant, the first venture from Chef Jose Salazar

We are located in the Over the Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati, on 14th street between Vine and Race streets, one block from Washington Park and two blocks from Historic Music Hall. The restaurant is built with our community in mind and our menu and atmosphere reflect the neighborhood- a mix of old and new. Chef Salazar celebrates the changing of the seasons with a farm inspired menu that’s, creative and refined, yet, playful and approachable. Salazar is the kind of restaurant that you could pop in, grab a seat at our comfortable bar, a drink and a quick bite, or you could hang out and sample the diversity offered up by our kitchen. We are also proud of our concise, well thought out list of craft beers, cocktails and wines. We promise to treat you as family and will do our best to make your experience a fun and tasty one. Ask for their dessert & tea menu. 

Mita’s, the next restaurant from acclaimed Chef Jose Salazar is named after his Colombian grandmother, his “Mita.” The beautiful, 130 seat restaurant designed by MSA architects is located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati at the corner of Fifth and Race streets on the ground floor of the 84.51 building. The atmosphere combines modern, clean architecture with expansive 25-foot windows, bright and colorful Moorish tiles, reclaimed wood floors and warm inviting fabrics. Ask for their Tea & Mate menu. 

O Pie O

We are a family business – brother, brother-in-law, and assorted relatives – making pies according to season, our childhood memories, and sometimes whim, using ingredients from local farmers and producers whenever we can. Our chef, Ian Sobeck, a recent transplant from Seattle where he ran the kitchen at Sutra, has definite ideas about what makes a good pie. As do other members of the family.

We’ve opened our doors on DeSales Corner in East Walnut Hills, serving sweet and savory pies, as well as small bites. You’ll also find a robust, well-paired wine and beer menu. And on Sundays, we offer a brunch menu featuring special menu items, mimosas, and house-made Bloody Marys.

Wellman Brands 

Wellmann’s Brands inclues Japps, OKBB, Neon's, Myrtle's Punch Bar, Melt, Picnic & Pantry and is dedicated to bringing a quality, community experience back to the bar— one cocktail at a time.

Using only the freshest ingredients in our commissary to create all of our own hand squeezed juices, house made syrups, tonics, elixirs, and even our own our own bitters and liqueurs– our attention to detail creates a unique experience with each guest we serve. Boasting classic cocktail recipes dating back to the 17th century, as well as new and innovative approaches to everyday libations, a visit to our establishments is always an experience. We also boast a top of the line draft and bottle beer selection from all around the world, with a focus on local Cincinnati and regional breweries.

Rhinegeist Brewery

We believe in the power of beer to bring great people together, foment fantastic ideas, and build a community that values craft beer and one another. Rhinegeist means "Ghost of the Rhine," and refers to our place here in the historic Brewery District in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati. Within these unique and historic walls, we brew batches of beer that sing with flavor and delight us. The yin/yang of our brewing philosophy is hoppy/sessionable and we aim to brew beers where "the first sip calls for the third."

We self-distribute our beer, which means each beer you drink in a bar or at a restaurant is poured directly from a keg that we delivered cold in our refrigerated vans (keep your eyes peeled for them around town). Fresh beer is tasty beer, and that’s our favorite kind.

The Northside Yacht Club

The Northside Yacht Club is the nautical-inspired spawn of two of Cincinnati’s most well known rock ’n roll, cocktail comrades, Jon Weiner and Stuart MacKenzie.

NSYC combines Jon and Stuart’s passions: delicious, rustic food, handcrafted drinks and local libations, and live, loud music.

The name for this one of a kind gastro-pub/club was inspired by old photos the pair came across, from the great flood of 1937.  Seeing the Northside residents happily floating down the street in small rowboats, was the tying piece of inspiration they needed to complete the concept.

Conveying the light hearted attitudes of both Jon and Stuart, the atmosphere of the bar was sure to include the history of the building, and the neighborhood.

Together, with the help of their childhood friends, family, and bandmates, NSYC has been given a complete overhaul.