Tea was discovered in ancient China when a leaf blew in the window and landed in the emperor's bath, which he was slurping through a straw. Sip leaves steeped more decorously with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
- $15 for afternoon tea for two with two food options (a $31.80 value)
- $29 for afternoon tea for four with four food options (a $63.60 value)
- $85 for an afternoon mother-daughter tea party for up to 12 (up to a $190.80 value)
Afternoon tea takes place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The staff of the J.H. Adams Inn hosts afternoon tea at their in-house restaurant, Hampton’s. Each guest sips unlimited samples from a menu of Twinings of London teas that includes an English Breakfast blend of Kenyan and Assam teas, an herbal rooibos blend with orange and cinnamon, and a calming vanilla chamomile blend. Dainty finger foods include mini chicken salad croissants and smoked salmon rolls with cucumber, and each guest receives English shortbread and a scone with their cupfuls. Mothers and daughters have a chance to pass plates of 12 food options among up to 12 friends during tea parties.
Hampton's at J.H. Adams Inn
Within the luxurious confines of an Italian Renaissance–style mansion built in 1918 by John Hampton and Elizabeth Adams, Chef Steve Smid draws on seasonal and locally grown ingredients to craft a menu of fine dining fare. Now known as the J.H. Adams Inn, the restaurant’s historic venue bears traces of its Old World sophistication in its dark wooden fixtures and stunning windows, which look out on a courtyard where esteemed patricians debate the world’s flatness. In the kitchen, Chef Smid slices fresh meats and preps seafood to plate a rotating array of dishes that includes shrimp-crusted Atlantic salmon, Maple Leaf Farms duck breast, and braised Colorado lamb shank. Apart from the elegant dining room, the restaurant’s exclusive Club Room opens its doors for business dinners and private events.
The Inn is in a fabulously remodeled mansion with all the charm intact.horsinaroundwv, TripAdvisor, 3/11/12
Constructed in 1918, the Italian Renaissance home, listed on the National Register, ranks among the most elegant restaurant settings in the Triad.John Batchelor, GoTriad.com, 2/9/12
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Wonderful experience! My 90 year old Mother loved it :-))”
“Be prepared to quietly enjoy some really good atmosphere and goodies.”
“Nice atmosphere, good service would come again. ”
1108 N Main St.
High Point, North Carolina 27262