this place has been closed for years, which may help explain the lack of reviews. it's too bad -- stepping through the door was like stepping into the 1950's and was a history lesson for those way younger than i am.
I've eaten here several times in both winter and summer and for both lunch and dinner. The Garden Seat Tea Room isn't really a tea room, it's a restaurant. But, there is a garden in the yard and if you get a window seat, you...More