Teatime is a custom that originated in England, along with buying extra tickets to the theater for each horse you had that is no longer alive. Be British with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Tea and Lunch
Order a pot of tea for one ($3.95), a pot to share ($4.95), or a pot of hot chocolate, lemonade, or iced tea ($3.95 each). For nibbling, the menu includes an open-faced chicken sandwich, spinach salad, and quiche Florentine ($8.95 each).
Victorian Tea Parlor
Teatime evokes the Victorian era, when gentlemen and ladies would gather around a steaming pot to discuss the day’s developments and try to come up with a better name than tea cozy. Victorian Tea Parlor emulates these days past in a strikingly authentic atmosphere. At lunch or high tea, guests set the kickstands on their penny farthings before pouring tea, hot chocolate, or lemonade and snacking on sandwiches and salads amid vintage furniture and soft yellow walls. Shelves of Victorian-inspired antiques and jewelry, displays of more than 62 teas from brands such as Harney & Sons, and teacups add to the cozy atmosphere and can be purchased for use at home.