Elegant Afternoon Teas Served in the Finest Manner.

 

Our Springtime Formal Teas

Come Then to Tea…
Anticipation is in the air as our senses
awaken and await the first fresh breath of
spring. When nature resumes it’s tenderness and
the delicate beauty of the season comes forth,
our souls are revived. At Sweet Shalom our
spring formal tea themes are meant to sweetly
chase away the winter blues. Come and join
us during this season of rebirth and blossoms,
with a springtime afternoon tea. From a bonny
Irish Tea to an elegant Spring Hat Tea,
to Tea in Paris.  There are myriad pleasures for everyone.

Enjoy our Formal Teas in April and May. Call today to make your reservation, 419.297.9919

Unique Monthly Menus

At Sweet Shalom, our celebration of afternoon tea is a delightful mix of European and American customs. As our guests relax and chat in our exquisite Victorian parlors, our friendly, costumed servers present each artfully garnished course on silver trays and antique china.

Each month is a new journey into the world of tea, literature, history and culture. We present a different theme and corresponding menu, serving splendid “made-from-scratch” delicacies and bottomless pots of fragrant premium loose leaf teas.

For fine teas and comestibles, we invite you to join us. Please call us today to make your reservation at 419-297-9919.

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Sit and Sip Days

We are now offering a light repast from our ala cart menu on our Wednesday and Thursday Sit and Sip days. On these days we offer a casual tea experience, but do require reservations. Please call ahead to make your reservations. Large parties and organizations are always welcome.

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The Beauty of Tea Time

Afternoon teas reflect a serene and gracious tradition. Taking tea is a comforting ritual, an occasion of good cheer, and a time of sharing special delights. With a cup of fragrant tea and delectable sweets and savories, made by those who care, we are secure and safe from the hurried pace of the world. Come then, to tea, with its promise of hours of good conversation, quiet contentment and shalom.

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