Friends, Philosophy & Tea is the Eastside Business of the Day!

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Friends Philosophy and Tea is an  workshop space that  for meetings and seminars, a intimate events with a tea house that’s open to the public Monday through Thursday.

You’ll usually find owner Astara Briski behind the counter at the cozy teahouse, which offers a wide variety of brewed and bulk teas, as well as a selection of organic snacks. Customers can choose a comfy chair and curl up with a book from one of the café’s shelves, making this spot a hidden oasis in busy Bellevue.

Friends Philosophy and Tea is an event center: a meeting space for workshops, classes and seminars, and a tea house that offers a variety of black, green, red and herbal teas and gluten-free light snacks. Owner Astara Briski and her husband, Rory, make the nearly 1,000-square-foot space available to organizations and small business owners for a variety of weekly events, including seminars, business networking events, author events and classes for meditation, yoga and other health and spiritual topics. During business hours, people can meet in the reception area/tea house for tea and a light snack.  It also has a small collection of jewelry as well as new and used books.

Our hours: Mon-Thurs: Noon –6pm
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays:
 Only for events*
(*See Events or Calendar for our schedule)

Here is the information they including in their listing on the Eastside Business Directory:

Friends, Philosophy & Tea

Friends Philosophy and Tea is a multi-purpose event space that features a conference room for meetings and seminars, a ballroom for large events and a teahouse that’s open to the public Monday through Thursday. We are an event center and teahouse located in Bellevue, WA. We are Creating Community One Teacup at a Time!rn
13850 Bel-Red Rd
Bellevue, WA 98005
I know there are a lot of great events held at Friends, Philosophy and Tea – I’m hoping that we can have an Eastside Entrepreneurs networking event over there really soon.  What do you think Astara?

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