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Agreeable Afternoons at Main Street

Enjoying a cuppa

“There are few hours in life more agreeable than an hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea” — Henry James, Portrait of a Lady

Not only do they offer beautiful trees, shrubs, plants, flowers, and a gorgeous gift shop, Main Street Nursery is now serving elegant High Tea.  What better location than their conservatory, surrounded by all of nature’s beauty of the season? Outside the conservatory, behind an exquisite antique iron gate, you will find a magical fairyland (a little girl’s dream come true).

The gate of happiness

Inside The Tea Room, shelves are lined with pretty glasses, serving dishes, and vintage items.  The few pieces of furniture are vintage as well and the quaint round tables are draped in fine linens and set with vintage china and delicate vases filled with fresh flowers.

Calling all pinky archers

The Tea Room offers a wide assortment of fine teas, including some organic. Teas are served with warm scones and cream, whipped butter and jam, dainty tea sandwiches, delectable pastries and topped off with fresh berries and whipped cream. The servers are dressed in appropriately pretty dresses and their social graces abound. The Tea Room is perfect for a special Mother’s Day treat, a little girl’s birthday party, or just afternoon tea with friends. Sometimes it’s nice to find a little civility, Main Street’s Tea Room is just what Huntington needed.

Teas are held on Wednesdays at 4pm and Sundays at 3pm. Pre-paid reservations are required. The price for High Tea is $25 per person.

The Tea Room is also available for private events and children’s parties.

Reservations—-please call Amy 271-0160


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