Sunday, October 30, 2011

Julian Tea Room in Julian, California


We drove from San Diego into the Cuyamaca mountains to Julian, CA an 1870's gold mining town.
We enjoyed afternoon tea at the quaint and casual Julian Tea and Cottage Arts.
This amazing shop had a nice menu to choose from, a very large and well-stocked gift shop, and served lunch and afternoon tea at only three tables!  What a fun place! 



Afternoon tea began with fruit.
A nice variety of tea sandwiches included curry chicken salad on a croissant,
cucumber sandwiches, olive nut sandwiches,
 a fruit cream cheese spread on raisin bread, and a warm cheese spread on baguette slices  
Delicious homemade shortbread cookies and buttermilk scones
were served with cream, homemade lemon curd and apple butter.
Dessert was a delicious bread pudding with whipped cream. 
Yummy!
We were so glad we drove into the scenic mountains to Julian for tea.
October is Apple Festival time.  There were many opportunities to purchase apples and enjoy apple pies,
but we had plans for the evening.  
I will post more photos of the Julian tea shop.   

8 comments:

my cup of tea said...

Hello Linda! This place looks so bright and cheery, and it all looks so delicious! Have a great week!
~donna~

W. Latane Barton said...

Love the tea room at Julian. The setting was perfect and the food looks divine, not to mention the three of you having a great time.

Rosemary said...

Looks like a fun place Linda! Thanks for sharing the photos and menu. So many tea rooms.... so little time!

Angela McRae said...

Now THIS is absolutely charming! (And I skipped lunch today. Why do I torture myself reading about yummy food when I'm starving!)

Marie said...

This looks like a wonderful tea room to try! And Julian sounds like a great place to visit. We are close enough that we could do so sometime. The food looks scrumptious! And the lovely tea services! Nice!

Marilyn said...

What a treat! I have heard of this tea room from others and it is so nice to visit again. The food looks amazing and lovely teaware.

Time Traveling in Costume said...

This is one of my first, and favorite, tearooms. Edie even helped me get started with my tea catering.
Val

Bernideen said...

What a cute little tea room. I just had a few minutes to scan some posts that I missed recently - very fun!

 

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