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About The Denver Tea Room
The Denver Tea Room & Coffee Salon invites you to experience Afternoon High Tea in our new location in the Platte Park neighborhood. Our British Colonial design offers a calming and elegant atmosphere while providing delicious food & teas. It’s a perfect location for tea with friends. We are the only Tea Room in Denver that provides private rooms for parties up to 55 guests. We are the host location for many bridal & baby showers, book clubs, meet-up & networking groups. Check our website for information for special events or to book a private party. Every Day is a Perfect Day for Tea!
Denver, CO 80210
Afternoon Tea, English, American
Hours of Operation:
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Check our website for details of our Live Entertainment dates featuring: Rebecca Moritzky, harpist; Angela Klemm & Kevin Klemm, jazz
We'd be happy to assist you with providing food for your next party. Please email email@example.com to request information.
35 Retail Parking spots are available for the retailers at the Windsor-Broadway Station behind our location. Turn on the NW corner of Broadway & Arizona and then right into the parking lot. Drive forward to see all of the Retail Parking spots between the apartment buildings. Car pooling is recommended.
RTD, Light Rail
Private Party Facilities:
The Denver Tea Room is the only Tea Room in Denver that provides private rooms. We have two private dining areas and accommodate up to 55 guests. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for private party information.
Private Party Contact:
Margo Seymour: (303) 321-2236
Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Entertainment, Gluten-free Menu, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Check out our website at www.thedenvertearoom.com for our Calendar of Events.
The Denver Tea Room Ratings and Reviews
Setting and aumbiance were great! My wife and I do afternoon teas all over the country as she is English. Overall this was a great place. The servicer was great! The tea was good and the food was good. My only thought of what could have been a bit better was a larger variety of foods served on the food pyramid for afternoon tea. Three bite size sandwiches, one scone, and three small deserts.
Butternut Squash soup was delicious and served hot. I especially enjoyed the Quiche. Good flavor. The cream scone was fresh and warm. I also bought a bag of Crème Scones from the super market to enjoy at home another day. I attended the Summer Tea at the Denver Botanic Gardens. I enjoyed the entire presentation given by the owner and her daughter's. Good job ladies!
I've been here twice, with about 1.5 years between visits. Second time was yesterday. Both times it was enjoyable, both times the decor was lovely, both times the service was friendly and satisfactory, and both times the food was pretty typical tasty afternoon tea fare. I took mom (age 73) this last time, and she had a wonderful time. We were both stuffed after a small bowl of soup, a scone with cream and sweets, and then 3 savory bites. Neither of us had room for the sweets at the end! I actually had only one complaint. My tea was too weak. It appears that they prepare the tea and THEN bring it your table, so unlike other places where it continues to steep and get stronger over time (fine by me), it is as strong as it will be when they bring it out. We ordered the same tea, so only one pot came out, and strength was predetermined. Mom loved it, as she likes a weaker cup of tea, but I like mine stronger. No, I didn't say anything there. They probably could have made a stronger pot for me if I'd ask....Next time I'll speak up!
The Denver Tea Room never disappoints. If you want to experience High Tea for a bit more affordable cost, this is the place. The food is always tasty and with their variety of teas there is something for everyone. (Or you can get coffee if you prefer). And the cream scones are the best! Great place for quiet conversation with friends.
The tea was excellent but the service less than expected. Our waitress was very nice but busy with three afternoon tea tables and dealing with anyone coming into the coffee bar. The food was good but portions a bit small for the price. I realize some would think this means I'm not familiar with afternoon tea but I've had it many places. I would possibly return but maybe at a time when they are better staffed.
The Denver Tea Room has the most wonderful afternoon teas. Absolutely everything Margo cooks up is a little slice of heaven. This is my daughter and my favorite place... there are many different themed teas as well, e.g. Downton Abbey, Harry Potter, book club, Christmas and more. I highly recommend The Denver Tea Room.
Husband is half British, we know our high tea. The best thing about this place is their scones. Their chilled Strawberry soup was doable. You can skip everything else, even the tea. They are accommodating, one of our parties was gluten intolerant, but didn't eat most of the gluten free meal.
The ambiance was ok, but we didn't know we would have a Bachelorette party there. Not sure it would be an appropriate place, but hey, we were in Denver and had to try it out.
I took my daughter for a quiet get together. She has to have gluten free and really enjoyed the food as well as the tea! This was my second time here and it was just as wonderful as the first time. I do not like scones, but theirs are wonderful. I got a few to take home with me. So good! We will definitely go again
I made a reservation for my mother-in-law, niece and myself. My mother-in-law enjoys high tea. The tea room was nice enough but the service was slow and our waitress was not very attentive. There was only one other party present when we arrived and 3 parties arrived after us. It took quite a bit of time to be served tea and an even longer wait for our fingers sandwiches. The waitress left the check and never came back to collect, so I went to the register myself. It wasn't terrible, but nothing to write home about either.
A sweet spot for couples or friends looking for a fun meal or afternoon plan. The tea is good, and they have coffee for non-tea people. The food is fine, not the best, but combined with the atmosphere and floral china, you're paying for the overall experience. Great service.
I made reservations for High Tea for Mother's Day and was pleasantly surprised. The food was hot and delicious, and I loved that everyone was able to pick the type of tea they wanted to try. (There was also an option to order champagne, beer, and hard cider.) We were worried that for a table of four we might still be hungry after, but there was enough food for our family. (Each person had 1 chicken ala king, 1 half cucumber herb sandwich, 1 egg salad, and smoked salmon). The scones and small desert plate were all wonderful as well! The service was amazing, the staff was very attentive seating us quickly and making sure our glasses were never empty. I will definitely bring my family back again, thank you for such a wonderful High Tea, you really made it a wonderful experience!
I took my Mother for an early Mother's Day Afternoon Tea. I take her for Afternoon Tea every year as a special treat. I'll never be back. 1st, the young waitress was not friendly and never asked once how we liked the food. She only had 4 tables but seemed swamped.
Here's what you get for $30. You get to try only 1 kind of Tea. Most places let you try different ones. Then we got a small puff pastry filled with a chicken pot pie mixture that was so dry we could barely eat it. It needs more sauce so that the puff pastry is not dry. Then came the 3 plate tier. They were so skimpy I couldn't believe it. On the bottom was 1 cucumber & cream cheese sandwich on plain white bread cut in half. Zero flavor! Next were 2 small rounds of totally dried out bread with no more then 1 TBLS of egg salad with some dried dill sprinkled on top. No other seasoning & there was no S & P on the table. Then there were 2 more small pieces of very dried out pieces of bread with 1/2 tap of something smeared on & a small piece of lox. Not everyone likes lox or raw fish by the way. So that left both of us with the other 2 small tasteless sandwiches, if you could call them that.
The next tier had 2 plain scones. Also tasteless. The tier on top had 6 bitesize desserts. Totally dried out brownies, one bite of some kind of bar & a mini mini lemon cupcake.
That was it. That's what you get for $30! Plus, for the 2 of us she gave us a small amount of clotted cream and I'm not kidding you when I say 1 TBLS of strawberry jam!!! When she finally did bothered to check on us I asked for more jam and she comes back with 1 TBLS of jam. I only got my tea refilled twice as well. I was literally starving by the time I left there. My Mother's 82, so I don't have many times to take her for tea. I'll now have to go spend another $70-80 somewhere else to make up for this horrible experience. Skimpy on the food, horrible food and terrible service. Not a good way to run a business.
We went for "high tea" aka afternoon tea for Sunday brunch. The food, drinks, and service were lovely. The separate tea room had a very nice ambiance. Our server was excellent and engaging. The tea was brewed ideally--neither too weak nor bitter from over-steeping. It's a bit pricey, but that is the nature of formal tea service. The scones were served with Chantilly cream which was lovely, but I prefer Devonshire cream. I would recommend it.
The Denver Tea Room provides a delightful environment for a pleasant time out with family or friends. We had a wonderful selection of teas (both black and green varieties) along with yummy nibbles. The staff was very considerate and attentive. A wonderful experience. We can hardly wait to go again!
My daughter took me to the Denver Tea Room for my birthday and it was enchanting! The food was delicious, the staff were very friendly, and the "house" was decorated as a tearoom should be. It was lovely and we were able to linger and chat with ease. I enjoyed it so much that I took my three grandkids there over Spring Break as well as my husband and my granddaughter said it was her favorite thing we did that week. I would recommend it to anyone (my husband enjoyed the atmosphere and the food. I feel so fortunate that my daughter found the place. I will be taking my friends there for special occasions for sure.
I'm very sorry to say, but my friend and I's experience at The Denver Tea Room wasn't that great. The young ladies working there were very sweet but there seemed to be some confusion as to who does what. Three young ladies asked my name and if we had a reservation before we were taken to our seat. The food was mostly dry and tasted old . The price wasn't in line with what and amount offered. I had hoped for a lovely experience for my friend's birthday and that didn't happen. I'm sorry for this rough review however it may help your customers in the future.
I took my 3 kids ages 10, 8, and 6 for a special holiday tea. We really enjoyed the festive setting-the tea room was decorated beautifully with Christmas trees and Nutcrackers and ornaments. We had 2 herbal teas that were delicious-marzipan and holiday spice. The turkey pie was really tasty with mashed potatoes on top. The kids loved the scones and treats. Service was really professional and great for kids. My daughter says it was really fancy. They accommodated my dairy free request without any trouble.
Unfortunately was underwhelmed by our visit to the Denver Tea Room. The tea selections were poor - all strange flavored tea. A simple Earl Grey would have been preferred. Additionally, the food options were not wonderful and very strange as only one was a served course. All other courses came out at once on a tiered platter. Not a special experience as I had hoped for.
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