Feb 4 2009
Tea Room Sierra Madre
 

The Four Seasons Tea Room


The Four Seasons Tea Room

Welcome to
The Four Seasons Tea Room
, situated at the base of the foothills in quaint and quiet Sierra Madre, California. Opened in 1991,
The Four Seasons Tea Room
is one of the most established and respected tea rooms in Southern California. We are located in a traditional California Bungalow home with hardwood floors, crown molding, chair rails, linen window treatments, floor to ceiling paned windows, wall sconces and antique furnishings.

In addition to our two dining rooms, guests may relax over tea in our spacious garden patio. Tea is served in china teapots with bone china teacups, silverplate flatware as well as pressed and starched fine linen napkins for a traditional afternoon tea experience. Our signature egg-washed scones are baked to order and served with house cream and raspberry jam. Sandwich flavors change with the seasons and are presented with edible floral and fruit garnishing.

Tea items and giftware may be purchased in our foyer. And free parking is available on the street in addition to in the public lot across from us. We look forward to the opportunity of serving you at the Four Seasons Tea Room where every season is the perfect season to enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea.

Events at
The Four Seasons Tea Room
are truly special, whether it is a party of your own planning or one of ours such as a wine tasting or theatrical tea event presented by Gypsy Theater.

Tea entertainment includes Faerie Tale Teas, MusicaliTeas and Murder Mysteries and attracts both adults and children alike. Please visit this page often for upcoming events.
The Four Seasons Tea Room

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