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Royal-Tea Tea Time

If you’re low-key trying to get over your crush on Prince Harry in advance of his May wedding to the gorgeous Meghan Markle, you can still feel like a royal at Paramour. The rooftop bar is hosting cream tea (11am-2pm) and afternoon tea (2-5pm) with available pastries and finger sandwiches by Jason Dady. “Royal-Tea” packages are also available with English sparkling wine, or Champagne, because this is a bar after all.

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  • Paramour

    102 9th St, Ste 400 Downtown

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