We went to Teaberry’s today for a grandmother/mother/daughter tea. Here’s the review from the youngest member of our group, age 7:
I really liked it. The place was very fancy: they had lots of teapots and teacups on display. The curtains were made of lace. The sugar wasn’t just sugar cubes—it had sugar hearts in different colors! The rooms were pretty.
Our server was very friendly. When I ordered my tea sandwiches, she let me swap out a fluffernutter for an extra Nutella and banana. She joked around about my dessert, which was silly and fun.
The food was very good. My favorite sandwich was the Nutella and banana sandwich. I loved it! I also liked pinching out the inside of the scone and then eating it. I had a plate with lots of yummy desserts.
If you want to go to tea, this is a good place to go.
Here’s the review from the grown-ups:
This is the best tearoom I’ve been to in the area. It’s lovely—an old Victorian home redecorated into several cozy rooms. The teas we had—a Darjeeling Champaign raspberry and a green tea called Emerald Spice—were fragrant and delicious. The food served with tea is lovely and plentiful. Particular favorites were the grilled apple and cheese sandwich on cinnamon bread and the lobster bisque. We dressed up because we were celebrating a birthday today, but very fancy dress did not seem to be required. The service was friendly and attentive, and they made the youngest member of our party feel very welcome. The entire experience is meant to be leisurely—we were there for about two hours.