Tea—unlike John Grisham novels or Hitchcock-ian love interests—is better when steeped in hot water rather than mystery. Extract the right flavors with today’s Groupon to Nanna’s Teas. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get breakfast for two (up to a $14 value each) and a bottomless pot of tea (a $4 value; up to a $32 total value).
- For $42, you get a five-course dinner for two (a $90 value). Dinner includes:
- Choice of appetizers
- Two salads
- Two soups du jour
- Two entrees of the day
In the historic backdrop of the 1889 Dunwoody House, Nanna and daughter Tobie employ a shared 25 years of culinary training with a world-spanning menu of teas, homemade meals, and fresh pastries. Visitors can grab friends and gab over an assortment of brews, such as oolong green tea, darjeeling black tea, and herbal chamomile. Between bottomless sips, breakfasting guests can fill quiche traps or empty pillbox hats with delicately delectable slices of swiss cheese and bacon-stuffed quiche Lorraine ($13), or sate sandwich desires with an old english favorite, the Jefferson Park, which layers fluffy egg, white cheddar, and grilled tomato on an english muffin ($9).
Gourmet evening feasts are fetchingly augmented by a daily selection of appetizers conjured from seasonal ingredients, crisp salads, and the soup du jour, which comes with complimentary flavor translation. Each day spotlights a single entree, with Sundays celebrating boneless beef rib roast, slowly tenderized by simmering rosemary-garlic au jus and accompanied by a fall medley of roasted carrots, apples, and yorkshire pudding. Thursdays bring Nanna’s signature dish, gammon in ginger beer, a boneless ham marinated in ginger beer to soak up sweet spices and create toothsome hunks of savory flavor. The chef’s choice of dessert draws meals to a close more melodiously than a string quartet trapped underneath the floorboards. Click here to peruse the entire weekly menu.
Nanna's Tea has created a collection of tasty white, green, herbal, and black teas from around the world to marry with its delicate tea sandwiches, soups, and daily-baked pastries. Its picturesque outdoor gardens present a placid locale for visitors decompress while taking formal tea or recharge while chatting over breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The tea-of-the-month club exposes members to a vast array of exotic flavors, and children's tea parties teach tikes how to use the teaspoon to slap the hands of any teddy bear caught hoarding crumpets.
2637 W 26th Ave.
Denver, Colorado 80211