We are currently not taking orders online and apologize for the inconvenience. However, The Queens’ Tea is on the shelf at these locations in Salt Lake City.


Publik Coffee Roasters
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00am – 5:00pm, Saturday and Sunday 8:00am – 5:00 pm
Location: 975 S. West Temple, SLC, UT 84101

The Big O Doughnuts
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 7:00am- 2:00pm, Friday 6:00pm-12:00am, Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm
Location: 171 E Broadway

The Avenues

Publik Coffee Roasters
Hours: Monday-Saturday 7:00am – 6:00pm,  Sunday 8:00am – 5:00 pm
Location: 502 3rd Ave SLC, UT 84111

9th and 9th

Dolcetti Gelato
Hours: 11:00am – 11:00pm
Location: 902 South 900 East SLC, UT 84105


Wasatch Front Farmers Market Store
Winter Hours: Thursday-Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm
Location: 5027 S. Highland Dr, Holladay UT 84107

3 Cups
Location: 4670 S 2300 E Holladay,UT; Phone: 385-237-3091

The Queens’ Tea is on the menu in these locations (No retail bags)


Zest Kitchen and Bar
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday- Kitchen 4 pm- 11 pm. Friday and Saturday Bar is open 4 pm – 1 am.
Location: 275 South 200 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Phone:(801) 433-0589

Publik Kitchen
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00am – 3:30pm,  Saturday and Sunday 8:00am – 4:30 pm
Location: 931 East 900 South SLC, UT 84105

Charleston Cafe
Location: 1229 E Pioneer Road, Draper, UT

Bagel Project
Location: 779 South 500 East SLC, UT 84102


We resolved the dispute with the Seattle-based Queen Mary Tearoom and Restaurant in February 2015. We settled out of court and we get to keep our name and our brand.
To be honest, we are still very angry that we had to be involved in what we feel was corporate bullying. For example, why hasn’t the Queen Mary Tearoom and Restaurant sued the Queen Mary Tearoom in Los Angeles if they are so worried about brand confusion and infringement? Why would the Queen Mary Tearoom and Restaurant in Seattle file a federal lawsuit against a tiny Salt Lake City-startup that has no employees and that sells tea at farmers’ markets? We still pat ourselves on the back firm in the knowledge that a 20 year old company in a different state felt so threatened by us that they had to file a federal lawsuit to try and shut us down.

As we said to the press, the Queen Mary Tearoom and Restaurant picked on the wrong queens. As out and proud gay men in Salt Lake City we do not back down to bullies.

Through our network of talented and generous friends we found a team of brilliant, powerful attorneys in Seattle who had our back and helped us navigate the rough waters of litigation.

The lawsuit disrupted our lives, our business, our non-profit, our finances and wreaked havoc on our emotions. We lost our commercial kitchen space where we blended and packaged tea and where we held fundraisers for homeless youth in Utah, where we hosted “Tea Church,” and where we taught our tea classes.

We’ve been called a lot of things in our day, but “quitter” isn’t one of them. We’re still here, we’re still going strong, and we will continue to blend tea and share our passion for fine teas.