Afternoon Tea with Pastries for Two or Four at Mozart's Bakery and Piano Cafe (53% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Celebrate the holidays at a European-style café; 16 loose-leaf teas served with canapés, pastries & scones smothered in cream and preserves

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 5th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. Valid from 2-4 pm daily. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $15 for afternoon tea for two (a $31.90 value)
  • $30 for afternoon tea for four (a $63.80 value)

Afternoon tea takes place from 2–4 p.m. daily and includes a selection of pastries, scones, and petits fours, and one cup of tea per person.

This Groupon is valid at Mozart's Bakery and Piano Cafe's current location in Clintonville and at their new location in the historic Cord Camera building, which will be open for business by April 1, 2013.

Mozart's

Intricate notes emanating from a nearby piano. Steam rising off a teacup as it sits on a delicate saucer. Signs of old-world elegance permeate every corner of Mozart's Bakery and Piano Cafe, and owners Anand and Doris Saha wouldn't have it any other way. The European-trained couple have been slinging their famed sugary delicacies in the Columbus area for more than 20 years, after honing their skills in some of Europe's best restaurants and hotels.

However, even their most frequent diners will be astounded by their new, expanded location in a formerly abandoned Beechwold restaurant. While guests still get to enjoy European delicacies—some of which helped earned Columbus Monthly's Best Dessert in Best of Columbus 2014—they can now do so on a patio or in one of many rooms stocked with the aforementioned pianos. Once settled in, guests take in afternoon tea complete with scones, a canape plate, and a pastry plate.

But as proud as the Sahas are of their elegant, continental cuisine, they take just as much pride in helping the community. They were recently honored with the first Columbus Small Business Community Heroes Award from Direct Energy for their fund-raising contributions. The funds have gone toward aiding many different parts of the community, a few of which are a local food pantry, programs for senior citizens, and after-school activities for children.


Reviews

Interesting flavors. Friendly staff. Relaxed yet upscale ambiance. Good music. Easy, free parking.

Nicole O., Yelp, 6/12/2012

I keep coming back year after year because of the quality of the bakery items and the great service!

Marie G., Urbanspoon, 7/22/11

Tips

  • “Wonderful atmosphere and great food and pastries!”

  • “Great breakfast - the omelettes are wonderful!”

  • “They have wonderful food and the spaetzle is wonderful. ”

  1. A

    Clintonville

    2885 N High St.

    Columbus, Ohio 43202

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  2. B

    Opening Next Spring

    4784 North High St.

    Columbus, Ohio 43214

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