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Teatotaller, which made a name for itself by hosting the largest weekly teen drag queen shows in the country, is known for its French macarons and fresh boba tea, a Taiwanese drink that comes with chewy tapioca balls, and became a must-stop for nearly every major 2020 candidate running for president.
But after coronavirus forced the Somersworth, New Hampshire, cafe to close in March, owner Emmett Soldati questioned whether his business could survive.
We can’t go back to a system that didn’t work for communities like mine. It’s time that we build – and elect – a future that works for all of us.
Emmett Soldati is the owner and founder of Teatotaller Tea House in Somersworth. The business does not serve alcohol and describes itself as a refuge for queer and transgender people who are sober or are considering embracing sobriety.
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