Mommy/Daddy & Daughter High Tea | Where To Do High Tea In The Valley

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One of my favorite things to do during the holiday ‘s warm up with a cup of tea. Some of the best places to enjoy high tea in the valley are at our local resorts. Nothing like sipping warm tea, eating cucumber finger sandwiches and enjoying scrumptious deserts with our little ones.

Around the holiday’s I LOVE to do a Mommy and Me days with my daughter. We get on our fancy dresses, we both put on our fun hats and off we go for a day full of fun sipping tea. Plus tea is fun and social, why not make it a part of your holiday?

Friday though Sunday, November 24 till December 16, 2012

Seatings at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m.
$38 per person (exclusive of tax and gratuity)
Royal Tea additional $19, includes free-flowing sparkling wine throughout the tea service

Join The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix for their 24th Annual Teddy Bear Tea hosted by Afternoon Tea Maitre d’ Jeffrey Hattrick. Teddy Bear Tea continues to be a memorable experience for all generations; adults enjoy a traditional afternoon tea while the children nibble on kid-friendly sandwiches followed by teddy bear treats. Children should also look forward to a visit from Ted E. Bear and story time with Jeffrey as well as being able to select a teddy bear of their choice from The Ritz-Carlton Collection.

Reservations are required and begin October 1, 2012 by calling 602-468-0700.

In the English tradition, afternoon tea is served daily in the Lobby Tea Court. Consistently voted “Best Afternoon Tea” by the Phoenix New Times and Arizona Republic readers, full tea includes finger sandwiches, scones with Devonshire cream and preserves, pastries and a selection of fine blends. First Seating: 2pm, reservations required.

High Tea at Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa

Phoenix’s Arizona Biltmore Resort celebrates its 81st anniversary of serving A-plus High Tea in the Valley. Guests are invited to the Lobby Tea Court every Thursday through Sunday afternoon to indulge in tea sandwiches that include deviled egg salad, house-smoked salmon mousse and oven orange-glazed ham; finger-licking desserts like dried blueberry scones, apricot opera cake, fresh raspberry tarts and more; and an amazing selection of teas (including kosher and organic options) and cocktails. 2400 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix, 602.381.7603

High Tea at The Phoenician

In the English tradition, afternoon tea is served daily in the Lobby Tea Court. Consistently voted “Best Afternoon Tea” by the Phoenix New Times and Arizona Republic readers, full tea includes finger sandwiches, scones with Devonshire cream and preserves, pastries and a selection of fine blends. First Seating: 2pm, reservations required.

Traditional Holiday Tea: Features savory finger sandwiches, fresh baked scones, housemade pastries, a selection of fine blends, and complimentary Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut champagne. 65 per person. Offered daily in December. First seating at 2pm. Reservations required, please dial 480 423 2530

And how cute is this…they have Daddy-Daughter Tea during the holidays.

Daddy-Daughter Tea: Includes a “kid approved” menu, signature scones, and a variety of sweet treats. 25 per person. 11am – Noon.  Offered on 20th. Reservations required, please dial 480 423 2530.

**The Phoenician also has a wonderful breakfast brunch with Santa every December. Call resort for details.

Another tea time place to go to is Girly Girlz Scottsdale and they have Santa Tea every December too!

Have fun sipping your tea.

Do you have any other great places in the valley you go to for high tea?

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