Fancy That: Making Memories One Tea Cup at a Time

Fancy That: Making Memories One Tea Cup at a Time

 “Memory maker” is a title Sarah Erlandson, proprietor of Fancy That in Walpole, Massachusetts, says she treasures. Even as a young child, Sarah was drawn to tea things. She remembers that when she was only 8 years old, she purchased a cup and saucer as a gift for her mother. “I came to the planet with a real love for vintage china,” she notes.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I have been subscribing to Tea Time for many years. I look forward to receiving each new issue. Thank you for publishing such a delightful magazine. Rochelle Mason

  2. It is very strange that I am looking at a story about Fancy That Tea Room. My friends and I just went there yesterday. Brad can’t do enough to make your tea experience absolutely wonderful. I would highly recommend going to Fancy That. I know I will be going back as soon as possible.

  3. Such a charming place, it’s like stepping into the dollhouse you dreamed of as a child and having a tea party. Make a reservation if you are in the area. You’ll love it!

  4. I went to Fancy That yesterday with my son. It was a Mother’s Day present from him. It took a while to get the reservation but was well worth the wait. I have not stopped talking about it to EVERYONE!! I had the most delightful time and just loved the atmosphere so much. I am a tea drinker from way back and this experience was like nothing I have ever had. The tea was wonderful, the food just right and Brad and Sarah the best hosts, so charming, fun and witty. I cannot say enough about my new love interest — Fancy That! I will be back with friends, with relatives, with anyone that wants to go with me!! Thank for a great experience!

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