(803) 337-8594

What is High Tea and how much is it?

Enjoy a traditional High Tea with one special friend or a group up to thirty friends

We serve a wonderful High Tea experience every day, Tuesday through Saturday.  Seating times are 11 AM to 1:45 PM as available.  Reservation are required.  Reservations can only be made by telephone so please call 803-337-8594.  Our beautifully appointed tables can seat up to 7 people ( we have one 8 table) so if your party is larger than that they will be seated at different tables in the same area.  We have lots of 2, 3 and 4 tables also. We do not, at this time, do showers or meetings of any kind, we are just a tea room.  The tea room can seat up to 40 people, but with our service we ask that no party is larger than 20 to insure the very best attention. There is so much controversy over the wording of High Tea and Afternoon Tea.  What I think is that High Tea is a full meal served at a high table.  Afternoon Tea is a lighter fare and usually served to you on a sofa or chair with a small table to place your cups and plates.  High Tea is usually a evening meal, but we take liberties with it and serve it to you at lunch time.   At this time High Tea is all that we serve in the tea room, it is the best!  It is 3 to 4 courses, changes with the seasons and is always amazing!   We always serve scones with Devonshire cream and Lemon Curd.  There is usually a soup, chilled in the summer and hot in the cooler months, or a salad, and sometimes both.  The last course is always your tiered tray full of wonderful savories and sweets.  I promise you will not be disappointed with the food, service or the tea room itself!  The cost at this time is $35.95 each plus tax & gratuity.   If your party is over 6,  we go ahead and add tax and tip (18%) to make it easy for you.  That makes the price $45.66 each, we accept all major credit cards, cash or check.   Men are of course welcome, and well behaved children over the age of 12.   Please call with any other questions you might have.  We look forward to pouring you a cup of tea.