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First Ladies Tea Parlor & Gift Boutique - CLOSED

2170 William Styron Square South, Newport News

$25 for a Saturday-Night Speakeasy-Themed Dinner for Two at First Ladies Tea Parlor in Newport News ($50 Value)

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Highlights

In dining room filled with strains of live jazz, diners in 1920s finery quaff bubbly & scoop up lavish eats from dinner menu

Customer Reviews

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Tim
3 ratings1 reviews
February 14, 2018
Communication between everyone who serves the tables. We had to ask multiple servers for different items throughout our experience.
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AngelaTOP REVIEWER
7 ratings5 reviews
February 14, 2018
Need music during lunch - nothing was playing in th background - which seemed odd to me. We had two waitress. One was very good. The other seemed in a hurry even though the place was not busy. She seemed to be ready to get off work.
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Ashley
1 ratings1 reviews
February 13, 2018
Great environment!
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SusanTOP REVIEWER
10 ratings6 reviews
February 13, 2018
DJ was so attentive and did a wonderful job serving. The food was good, the tea choices were plentiful, preparation was flawless and service superb. We will definitely be back. Our multi-generational tea experience was exactly what we had hoped and more.
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Joyce
5 ratings3 reviews
February 13, 2018
wonderful service

What You'll Get

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$25 for Speakeasy-Themed Dinner for Two ($50 Value)

Starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday nights, the dining room of First Ladies Tea Parlor is transformed into a speakeasy replete with live jazz music. The menu stars fruit and cheese along with entrees such as beef tenderloin and stuffed salmon filet with crabmeat. Guests are also welcome to attend the dinner dressed in their finest 1920s togs, from fringe-laden flapper dresses to antique socks from that era.

First Ladies Tea Parlor

Perhaps it’s the dining room’s glittering chandeliers that make diners feel as though they’ve stepped back in time, or maybe it’s the silver tea sets displayed atop baroque-style tables that bring to mind a bygone era. Though it’s difficult to single out the one element of First Ladies Tea Parlor that transports diners to the past, it’s evident that owner KJ Jordan has realized her vision. KJ’s passion for all things old-timey manifests itself in the parlor’s varied schedule of events, from historic fashion shows and presentations by authors and historical interpreters to speakeasy dinners that keep the spirit of the 1920s alive via live jazz and free admission for ghosts. Away from the sun-dappled dining room, chef Gabby Bauman and her culinary crew bustle about the kitchen whipping up light lunches featuring entrees named after first ladies, including the Lady Dolley sandwich filled with roasted turkey and avocado and the Lady Betty salad dappled with salmon fillet and apricot-ginger dressing.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for purchase of alcohol. Not valid for a la Carte desserts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About First Ladies Tea Parlor

Perhaps it’s the dining room’s glittering chandeliers that make diners feel as though they’ve stepped back in time, or maybe it’s the silver tea sets displayed atop baroque-style tables that bring to mind a bygone era. Though it’s difficult to single out the one element of First Ladies Tea Parlor that transports diners to the past, it’s evident that owner KJ Jordan has realized her vision. KJ’s passion for all things old-timey manifests itself in the parlor’s varied schedule of events, from historic fashion shows and presentations by authors and historical interpreters to speakeasy dinners that keep the spirit of the 1920s alive via live jazz and free admission for ghosts. Away from the sun-dappled dining room, chef Gabby Bauman and her culinary crew bustle about the kitchen whipping up light lunches featuring entrees named after first ladies, including the Lady Dolley sandwich filled with roasted turkey and avocado and the Lady Betty salad dappled with salmon fillet and apricot-ginger dressing.