TeaLee’s at 611 22nd St. is anticipated to hold its grand opening Feb. 10.
The owners of TeaLee’s Teahouse hope to create a spot in Five Points that pays homage to the neighborhood’s historic role as a cultural center for the city’s African-American community.
TeaLee’s is anticipated to hold its grand opening Saturday at 611 22nd St. The teahouse and bookstore will serve afternoon and high teas, offer literature with an emphasis on African-American involvement, sell gifts and provide meeting space for community members.
The little Cole shop employs people who were once incarcerated and sells art by people serving lengthy or life sentences.
In an unassuming storefront on the corner of Bruce Randolph Avenue and Franklin Street, lives are changing.
Open Door Tea Shop opened for business about seven weeks ago, and already the work they do there has benefited people in Denver and elsewhere in Colorado.
The little Cole shop employs people who were once incarcerated and sells art by people serving lengthy or life sentences, giving the proceeds directly to the families of those inmates. And the art is selling well.