Portland, OR – 12/05/15 – Camellia Lounge @ The Tea Zone – Devin Phillips Trio

Devin Phillips Trio
Saturday, December 5, 2015
7:00pm - All Ages
510 NW 11th Ave
Portland, OR, US 97209

The TeaZone was opened by Jhanne Jasmine and Grant Cull in 1999 with the goal of giving people a chance to sample from amazing tea from all around the world.

The TeaZone offers a perfect combination of high-quality teas, savory light meals and desserts and a cozy Pacific Northwest ambiance. We stock over 100 loose-leaf teas from all over the globe including rare Oolongs and Darjeelings to locally produced herbal blends. We brew and serve tea in the shop and we offer loose-leaf tea for sale. We also have a selection of unique and fanciful tea-brewing equipment to suit every taste. The TeaZone offers the best bubble tea in Portland as a creative selection of tea lattes.

Our menu features a number of lunch and brunch items served with a gourmet side salad. On any given day, we have quiche, Italian-style grilled panini sandwiches, soups, salads, vegetable samosas, and chicken pasties. In addition there is a pastry case teeming with authentic English-style scones (many people comment that they are the best they've ever had), delectable desserts, and tea cookies. We offer a wonderful Sunday Brunch (that also includes coffee) and a great Happy Hour daily 4 to 7pm with discounts on food items as well as drinks. The cocktail menu features an exotic list of tea-infused cocktails, craft-beer, sake, and wines from the Pacific Northwest.

The Camellia Lounge has live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings ranging from jazz, folk, blues to singer song writers. The lounge offers the musicians and audience an intimate and sultry setting--a perfect environment for a special date or to catch some jazz greats up close and personal.

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