TeaTime 15: Notable Tearooms That Have Stood The Test of Time

TeaTime 15: Notable TearoomsLavendou 
19009 Preston Road, Suite 200 • Dallas, TX 75252  

Though locals are apt to define “Texas tea” a bit differently than as a warming beverage brewed by the pot or cup, Dallas is nonetheless a haven for tea lovers. If only for an afternoon, a visit to Lavendou, a French bistro in the heart of Dallas, will transport tea lovers to the south of France and the rolling lavender-lined hills of Provence. From the tiered trays filled with freshly made fare, Lavendou strives to offer a tea that is truss magnifique. The restaurant’s French High Tea, at $18.95 per person, is available from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance and can be made by phone.


  1. Great tearooms. You must check out Josephine’s in Godfrey, IL. You will love it. Not only excellent food, great atmosphere, but room after room of shopping for clothes and the home. We love it! In fact, I am taking my granddaughter there for her 17th birthday this Saturday. Thanks for listening. Barb Dalby

  2. My granddaughter and I had a weekend tea retreat at several tea shops .in Southern California. We went to the Rose Tree Tea Cottage and also Paris In A Cup. The experience was really very nice. We attended another which was also quite enjoyable. It was the Huntington Library and Museum which has a wonderful tea room.


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