I went with a group of 10 for lunch and it was just perfect for a girls outing. We did see men too but we felt special with all the China plates, tea cups and of course, chicken salad. We all chose from a variety...More
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My daughter had her 7th birthday party here - a little tea party. It was very quaint and pretty - they did a great job with the china teacups and little sandwiches etc. They have a dress up box etc. Very nice!
This is an adorable house converted into a cozy restaurant. The tables are small and colorfully decorated. But once a server appears, the charm flies out the door. We were served by a woman in jeans and a t shirt who eventually brought us tea...More
great lunch place and great take home meals. The warm little cheese biscuits are TO DIE FOR!!! I am still craving these!
The Grapevine is a cute tearoom in a early 1900's home in the historic square. It is artfully decorated and the china is all different patterns of lovely old china. The food is good. I had the chicken salad and soup. My husband had tuna...More
I like small towns and their family owned restaurants and this one was a treat. Very busy on a rainy Tuesday in October but inside the welcome was warm and the food was good. I loved the egg and olive salad. One person in my...More
It's small, but quaint. Located just beside the railroad tracks, complete with a small gift shop. Don't expect to eat on Sundays, because the owners will be in Church. Good place for a Saturday lunch.
The place is very small, in what looks like a home. Everything was fresh and tasted homemade. Service was outstanding. The waitress brought our 5 year old her drink in a teapot with a cute little teacup and saucer. It played music when she poured...More