Afternoon Tea in Las Vegas
- josephml1 Nov 27, 2008 07:57 PM
I am looking for an original English afternoon tea in Vegas area... Looking for one with Canapes, desserts, scones with clotted cream and of course a good tea.
Thank you all.
My wife, parents, & I had a very nice afternoon tea at the Verandah at the Four Seasons. Supposedly reservations are recommended, though when we went we practically had the place to ourselves.
Their web site is: www.fourseasons.com/lasvegas/dining.html
My wife's write-up of our experience is at: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/537751
I have had tea at The Four Seasons and at Petrossian's and suggest you look around for a smaller place off the strip. Petrossian's tea was fine but the ambiance is so much of the "tea" experience and it is a nice bar. Tea is served on one side of it and as it is in the lobby on the route to the conservatory , there are a lot of people everywhere. We had tea at the Four Season a few months ago and do not recommend it. We have lunch at the Verandah at the Four Seasons every time we go to Las Vegas as it is a lovely, relaxing room with reasonable prices for lunch. But I did not find the quality of the tea up to the usual level for the Verandah. Nothing terrible, just totally average. Though they did serve a nice bottle of champagne. Quite a small selection of tea. Sorry I haven't had tea elsewhere in Las Vegas.
Does anyone have heard anything abot this tea rooms???
Azuza Hookah & Fine Teas [Tea room and merchant]
6340 West Charleston Boulevard; 702-258-BOBA
The Carmel Room at The Rampart Casino [Tea room]
221 North Rampart Boulevard; 702-507-5955
Cobblestones Tea Room [Tea room and merchant]
Antique Mall of America
9151 Las Vegas Boulevard South; 702-688-4148
Market Tea Room [Tea room]
6665 South Eastern Avenue; 702-362-4832
Special Tea Shoppe [Tea room and merchant]
2620 Regatta Drive; 702-233-3795
T2U, Inc. [Tea room]
All of Las Vegas Valley; 702-498-7818
Tea Room Gallery [Tea room and merchant]
Not Just Antiques Mart, Second Floor