Located on LaGuardia Place between the bustling Bleecker Street and Houston Streets in Greenwich Village, Bosie Tea Parlor beckons city-dwellers with its atmosphere of serenity and just enough energy. The deceptively large space is divides itself into beautiful smaller spaces. A small coffee shop at the front leads to a larger restaurant and bar through some curtains and a quaint parlor is tucked at the back of the restaurant.
Bosie serves New French cuisine accompanied by a selection of wines and cocktails. Staying true to our roots as a tea-parlor, we still have one of the largest tea selections in the city and our world renowned Afternoon Tea Service and pastries headline the offerings.
Welcome to the new, enhanced Bosie! After nine years on Morton Street, Bosie has now moved to a much larger location on LaGuardia Street. The move also brought about the hiring of Jeanne Jordan (ex Mas Farmhouse) to the position of Executive Chef, offering delicious and different New French cuisine. Her influence has also crept into enhancing our afternoon tea service as well as our catering offerings.
Of course, we are staying true to our roots. Our afternoon tea has only gotten better now with the addition of some canapes to the Standard service selections. Bosie offers around eighty types of tea from all over the world and our award winning Pastry Chef, Damien Herrgott is still producing some of the best pastries, macarons and desserts in the city.