Saturday, August 21, 2010

** Tea Room? Did Someone Say Tea Room? **

There's a delightful little tea room near my home called Aggie's Closet & Tea Room. The owner's name really is Aggie and she's a wonderful woman.....and a friend of mine.

Aggie is looking for partner(s), with both time and finances.





      
                 There is a room for little girls' tea parties, which sometimes feature the American Doll style, or maybe a Fancy Nancy style!                                                                                                            
Plus the outside wine garden is open in the evenings, weather or season permitting. The tea room is doing very well, but has even more potential, and Aggie would love to have some help.

To find out all the details, contact Aggie at: Aggiestearoom@aol.com.

  9036 Veteran's Memorial Parkway, O'Fallon, Missouri 63366
636-379-6878

Oh, by the way....the food and atmosphere is fabulous, dahhhhling! Tell Aggie that Becky sent ya!

"Iced tea is too pure and natural a creation not to have been invented as soon as tea, ice, and hot weather crossed paths." -- John Egerton

18 comments:

  1. What a fun business to run. I hope she finds some good partners!

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  2. I can't sleep tonight. Looks like a couple of other gals can't either. :) Tea room is darling... Here I have a freind who is looking for partner so she can open a tea room...too bad these ladies are so far apart...sounds like a match to me.

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  3. What an adorable idea! I love Fancy Nancy! Thanks for coming by!

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  4. What a cute place. Makes me want to like tea more.

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  5. Neat idea! My daughters would have adored such an outing when they were little. I think it would be a fun way to spend some time with girlfriends. Best of luck to Aggie.

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  6. I love tea rooms and the fun and the food and the tea!! Hope she finds a great partner!!!

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  7. What a lovely spot to visit!

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  8. As an sentimental Briton, I am *of course* a lover of tea and tea rooms. This tea room looks truly charming and wonderful. This post reminds me of that marvellous George Gissing quote, "The mere chink of cups and saucers tunes the mind to happy repose."

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  9. your is fortunate that you are sharing about her tea room. It looks very pretty. thanks for your comment on my blog re military. it seems there are alot of people who have/had relatives in the service. i' m behing onmy reading blogs, so don't sweat it. hope it's a good Sunday. Rose

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  10. I just love a good tea party. I'll have to check this out!

    Pat
    www.critteralley.blogspot.com

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  11. Hi Becky....Oh, the tea room looks darling. If I had money, I'd definitely invest. There's a great tea room in Tucson, Arizona called Chantilly Tea Room (check out their website). It's wildly popular. That would be a super duper business. If Aggie had a GIFT SHOP where tea cups, gorgeous napkins, etc. were sold, wow, that would be super popular. I wish her the best. Susan

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  12. Sounds like a great opportunity. I hope she finds a partner.

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  13. What a lovely tea room. My granddaughter had her 7th birthday party at a tearoom & all her friends were taken to a special room where they were dressed with fancy hats, scarves, jewelry and other attire. They had so much fun dressing for their tea party.Best of luck to her finding a partner ! Turtle Lady

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  14. What a neat post, Becky. I wish I was closer, I would invite you to join me at tea here! I wish your friend the best of luck with her special business.

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  15. Thanks, everyone! I'm sure Aggie will find someone, somewhere!

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  16. Oh, I LOVE Aggie's!! All the best to her!!!

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