Lunch is important because it tides over appetites until dinner and gives poets another word to rhyme with “munch.” Enjoy the art of eating with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$11.90 for a lunch for two (up to a $23.80 value)
$23 for a lunch for four (up to a $47.60 value)<p>
Each lunch includes:
- One sandwich, wrap, or salad per person (up to a $9.95 value each)
- One tea beverage per person (a $1.95 value each)<p>
Guests surround themselves with all of the accoutrements of an English teatime. Lunch is served at tables embellished with multihued tablecloths inside the Victorian-inspired dining room, complete with lace curtains and stained-glass windows. Here, they can savor handmade, seasonal menu items such as the herbed grilled-chicken supreme salad, which is tossed with candied almonds, cucumbers, shredded carrots, and fresh asparagus. Or, guests can try the country-club wrap with grilled turkey breast, Bavarian-style ham, tomatoes, and cheddar cheese. Regular and flavored herbal iced tea, gourmet hot tea, pink lemonade, and Coke products accompany meals.<p>
Aggie’s Closet and Tea Room
Not many restaurants arm their patrons with the apparel to play dress-up. But at Aggie’s Closet and Tea Room, youngsters and their adult charges can head up to the closet, where they rifle through dresses, feather boas, and flower-adorned hats to don while sipping tea, munching on cucumber sandwiches, and scoffing at flying machines like real Victorians. Downstairs, in the Victorian-inspired dining room, guests savor herbal tea from fine china and nosh on handmade, seasonal salads, sandwiches, and wraps. During the warmer months, the tearoom opens up its wine and beer garden, where live music on the weekends serenades guests.
81% of 31 customers recommend
“If it wasn't for Groupon, I would never have known about Aggies. Very nice place, look forward to going there again! Food was wonderful as well.”
“Food very good. Would go again.”
“We loved our meals and the tea room decorations! My daughter especially loved the tea pot of lemonade!”