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 from Three Options
- $17 for Queen Mary's afternoon tea for two (a $34.99 value)
- $32 for Queen Mary's afternoon tea for four (a $69.98 value)
- $60 for Queen Mary's afternoon tea for eight (a $139.96 value)
Afternoon tea fuels parties on Tuesday–Friday, as well as some Saturdays, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each authentic, English-style experience includes tea and seasonally rotating sandwiches, scones, and sweets. Past offerings have included sandwiches such as charleston pimento cheese and chicken almandine salad, as well as devonshire clotted cream, lemon curd, banana curd, strawberry preserves, and blackberry preserves to spread on blueberry scones, muffins, and banana bread. Each pair of diners chooses three distinct sandwiches from the ever-shifting afternoon tea menu.
The Villa DiMaio
In November 2010, AnnMarie DiMaio purchased a small brickyard nestled in the midst of undulating farmlands with a dream to remodel the property in honor of her late mother and father. Drawing inspiration from her Italian heritage, AnnMarie modeled The Villa DiMaio after a Tuscan villa replete with tiled floors, Tiffany-style lighting, and walls covered in authentic Mona Lisas. The culinary-arts graduate specializes in wedding- and corporate-catering services and opens her picturesque villa to the public for a family-style Sunday brunch that marries Italian and southern cuisines. The facility’s covered wraparound veranda and rustic brick-and-stone courtyard pair meals with panoramic views of the landscaped grounds and decorative waterfalls.
58% of 26 customers recommend
“What a wonderful venue for any special event...Beautiful grounds, food was great and very reasonable.”
“Thank you for making our Christmas Tea a wonderful experience!! ”
“I love going there. The food is so good and the help is great. The owner/manager always make sure that everything is good.”