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Little girls flock to this fantasy-come-true tea shop with three locations in the City. Go down the rabbit hole at this whimsical dreamland, and you’ll find kids wearing borrowed fairy wings (also available for purchase) as they indulge in breakfast, brunch or a lunch menu featuring soups, salads, sandwiches and scones. There’s also full tea service as well as “Alice’s menu for the small,” boasting Granny Smith apple slices, cookies and milk, and carrot sticks. Two other locations are on East 64th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues, and East 81st Street between Second and Third Avenues.