Iced Tea

In America, iced tea is far more popular than hot tea. As common as water on restaurant tables of the South (where it tends to be very sweet), iced tea is found less often elsewhere in the country, except as it is sold like soda pop in bottles and cans.

Restaurants With This Dish

400 Degrees

NASHVILLE, TN

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Snappy Lunch | Best Pork Chop Sandwich in Mayberry

MOUNT AIRY, NC

Broom’s Bloom Dairy

BEL AIR, MD

The Shack - Shepherd's Pie
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Eagles Nest

BREWER, ME

Bill Spoon’s Barbecue

CHARLOTTE, NC

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