Events

RTR Monthly special: Delicious!
During January only!

If you come in and ask the Tea Room for a cup of something Delicious we can make your tea dreams a reality.

This months special is a tasty success. With a chicory base this roasted cup of Delicious is the powerful flavor, rich dessert and un-nameable drink you’re been craving. The special ingredient is the addition of our Coco Makshika. Our spicy Mexican drinking chocolate is like drinking a dark chocolate bar. These bold flavors combine to warm up your chilly bones. With a sip you experience the euphoria of chocolate indulgent spiciness on the tongue and a roasted robust pow.
Topped off with a frothy layer of your choice of milk or almond milk.

It’s not quiet a hot chocolate and not really a mocha.
But it is DE-licious!
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Saturday January 20th at 7pm
7PM Doors / $10 / all ages
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6d7fTD_qrsk
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VN9Ou-bt1bo
 
https://www.jessesheppard.com/about
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Thursday January 25th from 6-9pm
Have you had your eye on one of the rad locally made,
one of a kind mugs on display during our annual mug show?
Get it for less and still fill up!
All mugs will be 15% off all day!
 
Bonus:
Buy a mug for bottomless
TEA-BEER BREWS!
made by Philly Home Brew during the closing party.

If you haven’t experienced our annual mug show before, prepare to be dazzled by a variety of local ceramic artists wares, ready to take home off the wall. Mugs make a great gift for family, friends and self. We can help you make a tea care package to gift with your mug as well.

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jk

Saturday February 3rd 7-10pm
All ages ~ Donations for Artists
Doors at 7, show at 7:30, over by 10
 
Born and raised in Odessa, Ukraine, but now calling Philadelphia her home, singersongwriter. Julia Levitina is bringing a global perspective to her unique brand of Americana. Subtly blending in Russian and French folk influences from her youth, her debut EP, Take Your Time Loving Me, is a snapshot of an artist who has literally and figuratively crossed oceans and seas to pursue her dreams. The record, co-produced with acclaimed Philadelphia singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, John Faye,
and cut primarily at Cambridge Sound Studio in South Philadelphia, is about finding courage to go the distance while on a quest for fulfillment and self-discovery. Julia’s musical influences include chanson française and the likes of Jacques Brel, Serge Gainsbourg and Francis Cabrel, as well as the great Russian bards, such as Vladimir Vysotsky. They find an unexpected home alongside her more current favorites, like Josh Ritter, whose songs she regularly covers in her live shows.
 
 
A veteran of the folk scene, award winning songwriter Kyle Swartzwelder has been winning audiences over with his deft lyrical storytelling and dynamic live performances. His new record, “Canadian Pacific,” will only serve to further this reputation. And if there were any questions about Kyle’s diverse musical influences, these questions are quickly put to rest within the first few songs of the album. From the steady sparseness of “Right Here” to the traditional country feel of “Mexican Wine,” listeners will find themselves immersed in a rich musical landscape. For his efforts on the “Canadian Pacific” record, Kyle was awarded the WSTW Homey Award for Best Folk Artist and nominated as the Artist of the Year.
 
Kyle started out in the coffee shops around the University of Delaware with his father’s 1968 Ovation Balladeer. After several years of cultivating his songwriting, Kyle moved on to the folk clubs and coffeehouses in the Philadelphia region and quickly developed a reputation as a top-notch songwriter and performer. 2008 saw the release of Kyle’s first release, an eight song, self-titled record, on 13:13 Records. The record was greeted by rave reviews, being called “perfect” and a “polished gem,” and was even nominated as Best Album of the Year by 93.7 WSTW. WSTW also named Kyle the Best Male Artist of 2008.
 
Kyle’s music is recommended if you like – Lyle Lovett, Ryan Adams, Jeffrey Foucault, Josh Ritter, early Jackson Browne, early Neil Young.

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