Brooklyn Tea has been open-ish, as the owners like to say, throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the Crown Heights couple is taking steps to accommodate customers with health regulations in place.

Brooklyn-born business owner Alfonso Wright, had a drive-thru for tea at three years old. Partnering up with his fiancé, Jamila Mcgill, they created a brick and mortar Brooklyn tea shop in 2018 to serve as a community space.

Brooklyn Tea has been open-ish, as the owners like to say, throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the Crown Heights couple is taking steps to accommodate customers with health regulations in place.

Brooklyn-born business owner Alfonso Wright, had a drive-thru for tea at three years old. Partnering up with his fiancé, […]

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