Friday, January 7, 2011

Tea at the Cafe Blossom

Last week we celebrated my mother-in-laws 91st birthday.
We had afternoon tea at the Cafe Blossom in Sequim, Washington.
Now she has had the opportunity to share afternoon tea in other venues,
but she said this was the best one ever.
If you are traveling through Sequim or live nearby,
for sure have afternoon tea at the Cafe Blossom.

Our menu:
Cucumber Sandwiches
Turkey and Lettuce Sandwiches
Egg Salad Sandwich
Chicken and Pecan Salad Sandwich
Cranberry Scones with jam and cream
Lemon Tart
Pumpkin Cake
Plus a large pot of (Republic of Tea)tea for each of us

Call for reservations: 360-683-2522
Address:  645 W. Washington Street, Suite 3, Sequim, WA.
Tell them Marilyn sent you.


Steph said...

Oh,what a wonderful way to celebrate a magnificent day!

Jeanne said...

How beautiful and lovely indeed
A true delight♥

Relyn said...

You always find the sweetest spots. Next summer - you and me - tea. Right? Happy new year, too, my friend. May it bring you everything you dream of.

Rosemary said...

Happy 91st to your Mother-in-law! That tea, the venue and the presentation, look absolutely delightful!

Laurie said...

What a special day, Marilyn. The menu sounds awesome! Happy birthday to your mother-in-law, 91!

Donna and Miss Spenser said...

Wonderful pictures...and how sweet to share such a special birthday (91st!) with your mom in law!! Thanks for sharing!!


PS Love the blue teacup in the header.

parTea lady said...

That looks like a delightful tearoom. The sandwiches and scones (my favorite part) look delicious.

Happy 91st to your MIL.

Angela McRae said...

What charming photos! And I certainly hope I am celebrating my own 91st birthday in this way!

koralee said...

What a lovely spot for a birthday celebration...such a special one at that!

That treat tray looks amazing. xoxoox

Hugs for a great weekend

Annie said...

Happy 91st. Wonderful that she has lived to such a great age and is still getting around.

Love the little heart sandwich. This has given me an idea for all of my unused cookie cutters. Hmmmm.

Tracy said...

Sooo DELICIOUS! Oh, I miss tea rooms... there aren't many "real" tea rooms here at all, it's coffee country. :o/ So I make tea at home... haha... LOVE this menu, Marilyn. And especially those little slices of cheesecake... Thanks for this tasty moment! Happy Weekend ((HUGS))

somepinkflowers said...

belated Birthday Greetings
to your mom~in~law.

my pop~in~law
recently turned 91
we had supper with him
but the room
did not look near as lovely
as this one!


can you imagine
~~all the things~~
have seen
in 91 years!

oh my!

Mary said...

How special to be able to take that lovely lady out to tea and celebrate such an auspicious Birthday.........and in a beautiful café. The menu, and your pic of the foods, awesome!

Happy weekend - will think of you at teatime!
Hugs - Mary

Jeanie said...

Marilyn, this looks both beautiful AND delicious! Sounds like a wonderful and gracious experience!

Marion Williams-Bennett said...

What a beautiful celebration for a beautiful group!

I just love that at 91 she said this was the best one ever! We do have so much to look forward to.

Sheila said...

Firstly, Belated Happy Birthday to your MIL.
This is a lovely place to celebrate a birthday,
It all looks delicious. Too bad it is so far away from me, I'll just have to enjoy it through your blog.

Jeanne said...

What a wonderful way to celebrate her birthday
Much love
I love all you share.
Love Jeanne♥

krys kirkpatrick said...

Beautiful...I am sure the food tastes as good as it looks. Warm and cozy. What a milestone. Lovely post Marilyn.

Gillian said...

YUM to that menu~
and congrats to your MIL, 91! What a milestone.

Christina said...

everything looks beautiful! yum!

Dutchbaby said...

Wow, 91 years! Happy birthday to your mother-in-law!

This buffet looks positively scrumptious and your photos are great. I'd love a bite of that cranberry scone with a tad of clotted cream right now.

Antiques And Teacups said...

Welcome to my town & glad you tried it. Lovely...isn't it?