Smart people like drinking tea, and beyond being a fully relaxing and calming British-grade beverage, tea is said to have numerous medicinal benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and arthritis. Boost your health and lift a pinkie for today's royal deal to The Roswell Teahouse: $10 gets you $25 worth of full-bodied teas and delicious eats. Get your ladies-who-lunch and tea-totaling troupe: today's deal is perfect for catching up with friends over finger foods and steaming cups of tea, or as the pioneers called it, "nature’s water."
Take a tour of the delicious dried plant that—when steeped in hot water—becomes a life-supporting nectar over which Olympians and academics will duel to the death. The Roswell Tea House's extensive tea menu features coveted house blends, such as the anti-aging blend (full of anti-oxidants, a mix of white, oolong, green, and rooibos teas), and a cultivated collection of blacks, greens, tisanes, rooiboses, and more. Try the chocolate-mint-flavored tea or a healthy green tea that tastes like Earl Grey. Celebrate fall with Teddy Graham fruit tea or pumpkin cream rooibos. Pots of tea are $4.50 and include unlimited refills to support your teahouse habit.
Schedule a high-afternoon tea with friends to get daintily decadent with a three-tier tray of fresh-baked scones with house-made lemon curd, tea sandwiches, pastries, and fresh fruit, plus a bottomless pot of tea with unlimited flavor changes and the soup du jour ($24 a person). The Roswell Teahouse's menu features savory and sweet treats, such as wild mushroom ravioli (with butternut-squash coulis and chunks of organic butternut squash, $10.95) or a Brie sandwich (on wholegrain bread topped with raspberry/jalapeno spread, $9.95). Get healthy and glowing skin with the beauty booster salad (wild salmon or organic chicken strips with mixed greens, veggies, and berries, served with green-tea ginger dressing or vinaigrette, $11.95). Desserts are made fresh daily to sweeten your herbal brews.
- Selection here is mind-boggling: black teas, green teas, flavored teas and herbal teas, all with unlimited refills. – Joan Durbin, Roswell-Neighbor.com
- A very dynamic cuisine: fresh, revitalizing, healthy. An avant garde menu that you won't find anywhere else making this friendly and cozy restaurant a very unique place to be. – Patricia Kalmeijer, Urbanspoon
- Great place to go for lunch or just plain afternoon tea. This place will most definately [sic] appeal to those who want a healthy, fresh, and organic meal. – Chris Nakagaki, Urbanspoon
Although this Groupon may strike some as out-of-this-world, we politely suggest that they may be exaggerating, and that this Groupon is simply very, very good. Still, Roswell, like its New Mexican cousin, has had its share of paranormal phenomena. In fact, every U.S. city named Roswell seems to have attracted weirdness over the years:
Roswell, New Mexico (1947): An experimental U.S. military aircraft collides with a purported ship of extra-terrestrial origin in the skies over New Mexico. When it becomes clear that the alien visitors wish to involve their insurance company, the U.S. reacts by the encasing the unsuspecting beings in a concrete bunker six miles below the earth’s surface, firmly telling all witnesses to “be cool.”
Roswell, Georgia (2007): The Keep Roswell Beautiful–sponsored Great Duck Race is briefly interrupted when Zebrahead guitarist Greg Bergdorf brings the colorful plastic ducks to life through the power of rock music.
Roswell, Ohio (1989–Present): Roswell, Ohio, is home to a nine-foot-high pot-bellied ogre named The Grobbler, who traverses the streets, day and night, devouring pets and pedestrians with abandon, unimpeded by the laws of man or nature, leaving a trail of putrid slime that neither dries in sunlight nor dissolves in rain, but instead criss-crosses the community as a constant reminder that the weak and infirm will never be safe from this mysterious and un-aging storybook beast. Otherwise, a very nice place to live.
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Stationed in an old house of the city's historic district, Roswell Teahouse looks and feels like a relict from the 1920s. But it's not just the appearance that takes guests back in time. For inside, the spirit of high tea lives on. Elegant trays support homemade desserts, scones, and lemon curd, all enjoyed by diners dressed in their afternoon best as they chat and politely arm-wrestle over cups of tea. The 100 different types of leaves hail from across the globe, steeping slowly in a cast-iron tea pot to maximize flavor.
For lunch, Roswell serves a variety of homemade and organic meals, including a Belgian chicken pot pie and green-apple tuna melt. Many of its offerings are designed to improve wellness, such as the beauty booster salad, which comes with omega-3 oils and vitamins.
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