Think Paris...1930s... Gertrude Stein's artist salon

Not your average tea salon, Neverland is an amalgamation of everything we love: celebration, decadence, ritual, whimsy and creativity. We also love variety and offer you options on which Neverland experience is right for you, whether it's "Hold the gluten and dairy free", or "Bring it on"! Slip in for a quick indulgence at our Tea Bar Bakery, or languish the afternoon away with a formal high tea service in our Neverland Room, or take some of our retail tea home to spoil yourself at any hour. Why not harness the magic for the kids and host an unforgettable Neverland Celebration in your own home. Whichever you choose, we guarantee your experience will be uniquely uplifting and a reminder that life really should be an awfully big adventure.

Hours of Operation:

Monday, Wed. and Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Fri.-Sun. 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Closed: Tuesdays, effective March 18th, 2014

(Licenced until midnight for private or special event nights)

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March 9th, 2014

Product Development Tuesdays

Effective March 18th, Neverland will no longer be open on Tuesdays. As a young cook, you enter the industry with ideas of creating new flavours and sensations and showing the world what kind of magic you can create on a plate or in a bowl.  Unfortunately, at this point of supreme inspiration, you completely lack the skills necessary to transform your vision into actual food.  So rarely are cooks allowed the creative space needed to keep this enthusiasm alive, as managers and business-owners are hesitant to “fix what isn’t broken”.  At Neverland, we like to think outside of the box,… More


January 30th, 2014

Telus Optik Local – EATS Vancouver, Brunch: Mixing Cocktails at Neverland Tea Salon

Telus Optik Local heads to Neverland Tea Salon in Kitsilano to talk with owners Renee Iaci and Terri Tatchell. They share what they’ve got brewing when it comes to brunch.


November 15th, 2013

What’s With the Huge Sign??

The original concept for Neverland has always been to create a space for the local community to come together for face to face celebrations, collaborations and inspirations. The celebrations and collaborations have caught on like wildfire, but the inspiration bit relies on the artist talks, open mics and guest speakers we have planned. Literally days before we opened it was brought to our attention that these creative community events were in contravention with our liquor license that forbids entertainment which may entice audience participation. Specifically, if we have a guest speaker and anyone asks them a question, we risk having… More