Raiding local trees and throwing their leaves in boiling water cuts down on aphid infestations, but it won’t make a good cup of tea. Enjoy leaf water made from ingestion-appropriate plants with today’s Groupon to Royal Sixty. Choose from the following options:
- For $28, you get a seated tea outing for two (a $56 value).
- For $52, you get a seated tea outing for four (a $112 value).
- For $72, you get a seated tea outing for six (a $168 value).
- For $10, you get $20 worth of anything on the lunch menu, served Monday–Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch entrees range from $8 to $14.60 each.<p>
Each tea outing includes: * One starter per person * Four–five savories or sandwiches per person * Four–five sweet dishes per person * One tea per person<p>
Royal Sixty’s proprietor and restaurateur, Wendy Krispin, orchestrates old-fashioned seated tea outing atop white tablecloths inside an upscale dining room with mirrored walls, paintings, and a hefty chandelier. After choosing between the current seasonal tea or perennial standard tea session, guests whet their palates with soup or bisque served with an edible stirrer, such as a spicy cheese straw or a spoon made from crumbling cotton candy.
A selection of sandwiches and savory entrees, such as deviled-egg salad and mexican chicken-tortilla rollups, anchor the meal. Sweet teeth quickly quiet down once they’ve devoured the sugary course’s cranberry panna cotta, lemon bars, or other treats—all of which pair handsomely with any of Royal Sixty’s rotating teas. Although not included in today’s Groupon, Royal Sixty offers for parties and private events on evenings and during weekends.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Royal Sixty a spot on Groupon’s Best of 2011 list.
Royal Sixty's crystal-drenched chandelier hangs from an exposed ceiling, embodying the spot's skillful combination of classic elegance and fuss-free modernity. It's against this balanced backdrop that Wendy Krispin, the proprietor and restaurateur, orchestrates old-fashioned seated tea outings inside the upscale dining room. In addition to formal teas atop white tablecloths, she has her chefs whip up more casual dishes inspired by French colonial cuisine, such as vietnamese chicken salad, a crepe of the day, and honey black-pepper chicken-pesto sandwiches. The sky-blue walls are covered with mirrored sections and modern artwork, and a piano player lends even more ambiance by tickling melodies from the keys between noon and 2 p.m.
150 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75207