Wednesday, July 11, 2018

MARY ANN'S TEA ROOM for "Tea In The Garden"

Like many of you we have been
 busy this summer and have 
had some company so 
yesterday we took our friends
 to Mary Ann's Tea
Room In St. Louis:

We enjoyed a lovely
Afternoon Tea:

The food was delicious although
I forgot to take photos until the
end of the meal.  I thought the
flowers outside were lovely too.

It was a very hot day but we made several
more stops - Lafayette Square area and
also Warson Woods Antique Mall.

Warson Woods is always a favorite:

I love this fun booth:

Because of company,  I haven't gotten
around to commenting myself on those of
you who linked last week - I thank each
one though and will visit you all soon!

Other teatime blog parties include:


kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

You have been busy, Bernideen! I wish I could visit some of those tea rooms with you. Thanks so much for hosting and sharing with us. I hope you have a beautiful week!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Good morning, Bernideen! That tea room looks like a splendid place to enjoy tea and treats. I must confess that as much as I love our Island, it would be so much fun to have all those lovely tea rooms to visit. Summertime is busy for us as well. The past two days, I haven't stopped so today I'm taking it easy and I'm just going to relax out on the deck {if it doesn't rain} and enjoy a cuppa and listen to my birdies singing in the trees. The flowers are lovely there in St. Louis. Summertime is such a beautiful time of year and one of things I enjoy most are all the flowers in bloom. Thank you for sharing and hosting. Enjoy your time with your company!

Marilyn Miller said...

What a beautiful tearoom. I love all the flowers too. And an antique mall, yes!

Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

Is that your lovely booth, Bernideen? I'd love to shop that antique mall!

Louca por porcelana said...

You had a great tea time!The pictures are wonderful!Thanks for hosting,dear Bernideen!Hugs!

Jean | said...

I'd love to go out for afternoon tea with you, Bernideen! Thank you for hosting. About my ginger cookies today, I put one unstamped cookie in the center just to show people they can make them even if they don't have cookie stamps.

Margie said...

What a lovely tea room! I'm totally coveting the love seat in the first image. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend.

Janneke said...

A beautiful conservatory to enjoy your afternoon tea Bernideen and what about visiting an Antique Mall, love that.
Have a nice weekend!

Curtains in My Tree said...

Oh yes that is the nicest tea room I have ever been to, I did love the Springfield tea room because of the little vintage shop and that fabulous cake they had.
I think we need to plan another trip to Mary Ann's for this fall
I'm sure your company liked it
I want to go back to Warson Wood antique mall also.

Darlene said...

I would love to go to a tea room. Me, my daughter, my daughter-in-law, and my granddaughter are planning to go when my granddaughter gets a little older. I started looking for tea rooms and was so disappointed to find out a lot of the popular ones have closed. I am still looking and dreaming.

The Charm of Home said...

What a lovely spot for tea! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!