Best Place for High Tea

Rose Garden Café

Although the term high tea brings to mind sniffing ladies with their pinkies curled as they sip from fine China cups, the tradition actually started in the 1700s as a way for the British working class to stave off hunger pangs between meals. Now, it's fun just to invite someone to high tea. (Make sure to do it with a mock British accent.) The elegant Rose Garden Café, graced by oak trees, classical music and floral wallpaper, feels like London, and high tea is once a month (usually on the second Saturday from 2:30 to 4:30, but call to check) and features finger sandwiches, scones and pound cake.
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