This place is original. A big variety of teas. And the food is good. You can find soup with rabbit meat or an entre.For dessert "bourbon bread budding" it's gooood!
I was so excited to go to this cute "hipster" place after a long bike ride with my friends and fell in love with the artsy, laid back atmosphere but when I was given the menu, which was cute terry cloth I was disappointed by the choices, and high price. I order the catfish sandwich and after one bite, realized... More
Boyfriend surprised me with a lunch date here for my birthday. I was blown away! The atmosphere is awesome. I am not a tea drinker but I got the "good earth" tea which was delicious as was my boyfriends. The waitress knew a lot about each and didn't steer us wrong. (Cala was her name!) Boyfriend had the river clams... More
The food was served s-l-o-w-l-y, in small portions, and seemingly overpriced. We did not order any gourmet tea, so maybe we just missed the boat. The place was interesting, the service was friendly and helpful, but we were disappointed with the food. The entire experience was like an insider joke that we just didn't get. The food offerings were few,... More
I've eaten here twice and loved everything about it....both times! I love the decor- so cute and unique. I've had great service with wait staff that are very helpful with recommendations. I also love the food- very interesting, fresh ingredients. I would definitely recommend this to anyone.
We chose to try Hillbilly Tea just based on the name and the fact that it was a local place (not a chain) in Downtown Louisville. We had no idea what to expect, and boy were we pleasantly surprised! The place really is a tea house, with many varieties of gourmet, hand-crafted teas. The dining area is located upstairs and... More
This restaurant has always been on my list, but until now I never seemed to visit it. Hillbilly Tea is a place with good food, friendly service, and a casual funky atmosphere. This is the perfect place to kick back with friends on the weekend. I met some friends there for brunch. The host was friendly and helpful as we... More
The three of us dined here on a Wed morning and were seated upstairs by the window. As soon as we were seated, the atmosphere floored us. The way the napkins were folded, the mismatched furniture that worked surprisingly well together, the menu printed on fabric, everything about this place gave off a chill, welcoming vibe. Even our waiter was... More
This is a pretty funky spot in downtown Louisville. We came for lunch, to see what tea hooch tastes like. The hooch was okay, but the salads and sandwiches we had were really good. And the waitstaff is excellent- they know their stuff.
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