$12 for High Tea for One with Sandwiches, a Scone, and Pastries at British Bell Tea Room ($25.75 Value)

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The Deal

$12 for high tea for one ($25.75 value) * Soup du jour or house salad * Turkey-sausage pastry with cream cheese, chives, dijon, and horseradish
 * Six tea sandwiches, such as chicken salad, roast beef, or tuna * Scone with clotted cream, lemon curd, and preserves 

 * Assorted miniature baked goods

 * One pot of steeped loose-leaf tea

British Bell Tea Room

Afternoon tea has been a treasured ritual for the proprietor of British Bell Tea Room since childhood. Her fondest memories of being a little girl include sipping from porcelain teacups, nibbling pastries, and chatting with her English grandmother, whom she affectionately called “mom-mom.” At British Bell Tea Room, she invites visitors to experience the high-tea tradition for themselves in an opulent parlor decorated with chandeliers and golden draperies. Servers present various treats—such as sausage pastries, dainty poppyseed-chicken-salad sandwiches, and scones—on fine china with silver and crystal.

Patrons often stop by the tearoom with friends to share a pot of steeped loose-leaf tea or bring along children for pint-size pots of pink lemonade. Many visitors also find the space relaxing enough to sip tea alone with a good book. There's also an elegant retail shop onsite where patrons can buy take-home loose-leaf teas, teacups, and teapots.

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    Glasgow

    890 Peoples Plaza

    Newark, Delaware 19702

    302-836-1802

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In a Nutshell

Sip loose-leaf tea while enjoying dainty sandwiches, sausage pastries, and scones with clotted cream in an opulent tearoom with chandeliers

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 18th, 2014. Limit 1 per person. May buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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