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Editor's Picks: Top Spots for Holiday Drinks

A favorite holiday pastime is sipping a hot beverage and visiting a quaint coffee or tea shop is something the whole family can do together this month. We've hand-picked some of Oklahoma City's best coffee and tea shops for families with kids of all ages. Make a new family tradition this year to have a holiday tea with your kids at one of these spirited shops.

Park Avenue Grill at Skirvin Hilton

Why We Love It: If you're looking to splurge on a very special Christmas experience, the Holiday High Tea at Park Avenue Grill is it. Reservations are required for this formal experience that includes assorted teas, tea sandwiches, scones, crumpets and other bite-sized treats. Your kids will love to soak up the elaborate holiday decorations inside the hotel while you sip and dine on festive flavors. High tea times this year are Dec. 3, 10 & 17 from 2:30 – 4 p.m.

Okay Yeah Co.

Why We Love It: Located just on the fringe of downtown on Film Row, Okay Yeah's location is ideal for a stop after a Downtown in December activity. Step inside and warm up in their spacious shop where you'll find beverages ranging from espresso to almond tea. Large windows overlooking downtown set the perfect scene for viewing holiday lights and planning more Christmas adventures.

Cuppies & Joe

Why We Love It: Along with the rest of the shops along 23rd Street, Cuppies & Joe comes alive with holiday spirit each year. Adults are lured to this shop for the excellent espresso and tea beverages and kids love it for the delectable cupcakes located in a case right at their eye level. Enjoy both when you visit or try the hot chocolate, another crowd favorite.

Junction Coffee

Why We Love It: There is not a more festive place to sip a holiday drink than the top level of this quaint double-decker bus straight from London. Your kids will be thrilled to order a cocoa or tea and climb the bus steps to the upper level of the bus to watch holiday traffic pass below. To really make the experience, this London double-decker serves a pot of authentic English tea to serve the whole family. Check website and social media for daily locations.

District House

Why We Love It: This Plaza District shop welcomes families with large tables and kid-friendly menu items. Stroll 16th Street and check out all the holiday lights before settling in the cozy shop. Favorite drinks for kids include hot cider or a steamer and adults can enjoy anything from traditional coffees and teas to an assortment of beer or wine.