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Posted by Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle on Sunday, May 5, 2013 1:57 AM

"The motto of L'Amyx is, 'It's not just tea. It's a lifestyle.' That's easy to believe when you spend some time in this sunny storefront, where the ambience is completely different than that of the Bay area's coffee bars." Those are Michael Stern's words from his review of L'Amyx Tea Bar (we'll archive the review tomorrow). We recently learned from buffetbuster that L'Amyx has closed. A little research revealed that it folded its tent at the end of September 2012. Marcia, the owner, can now be found in Oakland at Lin Jia Asian Kitchen on Lakeshore Avenue, at the site of what was once a second L'Amyx.

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