The ritual of afternoon tea began with the affluent but became a part of widespread culture. It's a time to gather, engage and relax, and with this offer, you’ll be transported to a Victorian era when things were simple, elegant, and so tasty too: enjoy $20 worth of tea and timeless fare at The Village Teahouse for $10.
The Village Teahouse is nestled within a 120-year-old Victorian home known as “The Grand Lady” of West Point, which certainly isn’t short on character, inviting guests into their choice of a Victorian dining room or themed room with a community table that affords a way to meet new friends. Individualized, beautifully mismatched settings throughout each dining room create an elegant harmony that adds to the experience of food served in miniature tea party portions, from sweet and savory crêpes for breakfast to tea sandwiches, quiche, salads and more for lunch. The inclusive menu also offers options for well-mannered youngsters, plus The Man-Tea meal, composed of soup or quiche, a full size sandwich, petite sweets and choice of tea or beverage. As the Teahouse’s tagline suggests, you’ll likely enter as guests, but leave as friends.