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.
Choose Between Two Options
- $11 for $22 worth of drinks and foods for high tea
- $135 for a children’s tea party for six with sandwiches and cupcake decorating (a $270 value)
The high-tea menu includes a selection of 23 black, green, and herbal teas. Individual small dishes include a quiche of the day ($8.95) and mixed green salad ($7.95). Guests may also opt for a tea sandwich sampler ($20.95) of eight European-inspired tea sandwiches with fillings such as cucumber-mint cream cheese and egg salad. Freshly baked scones with devonshire cream or preserves ($7.95) are also available.
Children’s tea parties impart fun-filled lessons that cover tea etiquette, and allow youths to stretch their culinary imaginations with cupcake decorating. Party meals include tea sandwiches, scones, and pizza bites, with ice cream for dessert and a choice of tea, hot chocolate, or lemonade.
Lisa’s Tea Treasures Menlo Park
Tablecloths, fine china, and finger sandwiches speak of refinement during high tea or tea parties at Lisa’s Tea Treasures Menlo Park. During afternoon tea services, guests sip a selection of 23 loose-leaf teas—such as strawberry darjeeling, lemon mint, and Winter Solstice—and nibble on scones and sandwiches inspired by the food of Europe’s culinary capitals. The menu lists bites from Greece, Italy, and France, including Chicken Parisian croissants, salmon mousse, and cucumber-mint cream cheese. A fresh scone with devonshire cream completes any tea party, and evoke thoughts of England other than your recurring dream of building a cricket pitch in your backyard. In addition to the fine fare, the tearoom itself oozes class with delicate trinkets on display, floral wallpaper, and small chandeliers gently lighting the space.