“Come Then to Tea… To many of us the winter months mean gathering with family, fellowship with friends, and a time of cheerful remembrances.. This winter let us offer you a special place of warmth and hospitality where the clock ticks more slowly. and a promise of the fragrance of grandma’s cooking and steaming teas await just over our threshold.. In December we pay
homage to the works of lithographers Currier and Ives by creating the past in the present with “Homestead” music and ambiance. In January we bid adieu to Countess Violet and her family with our last opulent “Downton Abbey” Tea, and in February we will brighten the doldrums of the last vestiges of winter with an exciting focus on “Love in the Literature”. Regardless of the topic, rest assured the aura will be warm and welcoming and your tea experience will last long after you have finished the repast.
Enjoy our Formal Teas in December, January and February. Call today to make your reservation, 419.297.9919
As a token of appreciation for your patronage spend 50.00 in our gift shop and receive a $15.00 gift certificate free. This offer includes packaged tea purchases. Also: Receive a complementary $20.00 gift certificate with the purchase of three formal tea gift certificates.
All things tea make lovely gifts. We take orders for beautiful tea gift baskets, beribboned holiday tins of cookies, cakes, scones, etc. Gift certificates are available in any amount. We also offer room rentals for club meetings and holiday gatherings. Be sure to order early.
Tenth Anniversary Celebration! Join us for tea this fall and receive a $5.00 gift certificate when you wish us a happy anniversary. Celebrate with us and enjoy the savings.
This year is Sweet Shalom’s tenth anniversary! We can hardly believe we’ve reached this place in our history. Looking back, many memories come flooding in. When we first saw the 1864 house for sale, we immediately envisioned a beautiful Victorian tea room. A vision blossomed in our minds and hearts, and we said to each other “Let’s do it !”
Read more of our story in Memoirs.