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Old 11-26-2012, 12:24 PM   #16
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Other afternoon teas? Any idea where I can find out more about these?
Other Orlando Afternoon Tea Offerings:
. . . The Peaboby: daily, 3:00pm-4:30pm, $35
. . . Ritz Carlton: sat/sun, 2:00pm-4:00pm, $35
. . . Wishes Brew Tea House: daily, 7:00am-7:00pm, $30
. . . Trish's Tea Room: daily, 11:00am-5:00pm, $30
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Old 11-26-2012, 01:49 PM   #17
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Myself, DH, DD16 & DS8 went to GF tea a few years ago. We loved it!! I am not a tea drinker and they offer soda and the like. I insisted that we clean up before our reservation. I wouldn't have felt comfortable in tank tops and shorts. We wore collared shirts and capris, long shorts ect.

The food was quite good and the atmosphere was quiet and pleasant without being stuffy. I loved the trifle! The whole family would gladly do it again.
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Old 11-26-2012, 02:15 PM   #18
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I took my mom for her 70th birthday - it was so special and a nice break from the park crowds. We were in park attire but saw some people dressed up as well. We both ordered the Buckingham tea - loved it all - the sandwiches, scones and cream, strawberries - and this is from someone who has had tea all over the world - in places where they do tea very very well. It is a very enjoyable experience!

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Old 11-26-2012, 02:17 PM   #19
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Other Orlando Afternoon Tea Offerings:
. . . The Peaboby: daily, 3:00pm-4:30pm, $35
. . . Ritz Carlton: sat/sun, 2:00pm-4:00pm, $35
. . . Wishes Brew Tea House: daily, 7:00am-7:00pm, $30
. . . Trish's Tea Room: daily, 11:00am-5:00pm, $30
Waldorf Astoria in Bonnet Creek: Sundays, 3:00-5:00, $30
http://www.waldorfastoriaorlando.com...enu_Sunday.pdf
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Old 11-26-2012, 02:34 PM   #20
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I wore a dress. DD wore her Cindarella dress. Some were dressed up, others were casual. At one table, all the ladies wore hats. That was nice to see.
I did this in september 2012 and had the princess Kate tea. Yes it was pricey but what a treat. I loved the china it's verry like what i have at home. The food was heavenly. I wore white capis and polo shirt. It wasn't verry crowded but i got the late setting around 3:40. I got a table over looking the main grounds. I will be doing this again. The only tip i have is try and get the setting for two o'clock and use it as a light lunch. I could barley finish my five o'clock dinner
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Old 11-26-2012, 02:56 PM   #21
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Love the tea DD & I go almost every trip!


If you do not like tea they have other choices for beverage. You can get soda, juice, water, adult beverages & milk. Also, most of the things on the menu are sold separate so you could make up your own meal.

Have fun & I think it would be a wonderful surprise! Call & get your ADR! You will not be disappointed. Love have tea at The Grand Floridian!
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I did this in september 2012 and had the princess Kate tea. Yes it was pricey but what a treat. I loved the china it's verry like what i have at home. The food was heavenly. I wore white capis and polo shirt. It wasn't verry crowded but i got the late setting around 3:40. I got a table over looking the main grounds. I will be doing this again. The only tip i have is try and get the setting for two o'clock and use it as a light lunch. I could barley finish my five o'clock dinner
Great tip! It was our lunch, and we had a late dinner that night.
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Any chance you can use a dining credit for this?
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Old 05-28-2013, 07:59 PM   #24
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Any chance you can use a dining credit for this?
Hello, they do not accept any of the dining plans for this, but they do accept the Tables in Wonderland card if you have that.

Also, they changed the menu a little bit compared to what i posted a while back. No major changes, but there were a few modifications.

Hope this helps.
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Hello, they do not accept any of the dining plans for this, but they do accept the Tables in Wonderland card if you have that.

Also, they changed the menu a little bit compared to what i posted a while back. No major changes, but there were a few modifications.

Hope this helps.
Thank you! I'm considering "tea" with my 5 year old for her birthday. I think she would LOVE it! Any chance I could have a Cinderella chocolate slipper delivered to our table? Thanks!
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Thank you! I'm considering "tea" with my 5 year old for her birthday. I think she would LOVE it! Any chance I could have a Cinderella chocolate slipper delivered to our table? Thanks!
I don't know about something extra like the slipper, but if you get her the Mrs Potts tea "package", she'll have more chocolate milk than she knows what to do with, adorable little sandwiches, AND two little desserts that she gets to choose. If she's like my 4 year old cousin, she won't have any room left in her head for thoughts of anything else, and will be 100% pleased with what she has.
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I don't know about something extra like the slipper, but if you get her the Mrs Potts tea "package", she'll have more chocolate milk than she knows what to do with, adorable little sandwiches, AND two little desserts that she gets to choose. If she's like my 4 year old cousin, she won't have any room left in her head for thoughts of anything else, and will be 100% pleased with what she has.
Thank you! Does anyone think this could replace CRT? I know it's fabulous but it's also expensive. I want my little princess to enjoy her day but I also know how hard my husband has to work for us to take a vacation. Thoughts?
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My dd and I have done this sev times and one time I did have the chocolate slipper delivered there. I can't remember who I called to arrange that tho
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Thank you! I'm considering "tea" with my 5 year old for her birthday. I think she would LOVE it! Any chance I could have a Cinderella chocolate slipper delivered to our table? Thanks!
Yes, it can be ordered by calling the "Cake" ordering number. I think the info is on a Stickie.
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