Just because you didn't spend your childhood having afternoon tea with Mummy doesn't mean you won't find something cool, from Earl Grey to antiques, at this café-slash-boutique. "We wanted to get people off of social networking sites and inspire face-to-face conversation," says owner Aurora Stokowski. Like what you see? Leave with it--everything from the furniture to the artwork is for sale. Spice up your bedroom with Kiel Mead badminton shuttlecock lights ($50 for one) or drape yourself in dandy vintage duds from Stokowski's fashion closet, like a plush Gemma Kahng velvet skirt with leather detailing ($68). The shop's logo, an eight-piece squiggly snake, is a nod to Benjamin Franklin's colonial "Join or Die" cartoon and appears on house-made T-shirts ($30) and leggings ($60).