My friend, Lindsay, of LindsaysTeaParty.com recently met me at San Diego’s newest spot for afternoon tea, Tee Party in MIra Mesa. She and I share a love of treating our children to tea parties, and we compiled this list of local businesses that serve you in their restaurants as well as a few that travel to you …
Visit a local tea room
The Aubrey Rose Tea Room in La Mesa: $22.95 per child ages 5-10 years or $25.95 for the gluten free children’s tea
Coral Tree Tea House in Old Town: $16.95 for children 6-10 years old
The Grand Tea Room in Escondido: $18 for children ages 10 & younger
Julian Tea & Cottage Arts in Julian: $8.95 for children ages 12 & younger
High Tea at Keys Creek Lavendar Farm in Valley Center: Seasonal events, $22.50 for children 4 – 10 years.
Shakespeare’s Corner Pub and Afternoon Tea near downtown: $14.95 for children 12 & younger
Tea Upon Chatsworth in Point Loma: $22.95 per child ages 4-10 years
Tee Party in Mira Mesa: $24.95 for princess tea service for two.
Host a tea party in your home
Fairytale Princess Parties: Providing in home tea parties with or without a princess visit
My Cup of Tea: Offering décor and tea setting rentals
It’s My Tea Party: Tea china rentals and party hosting
Starry Eyed Children’s Event Planning & Design: Planning the tea party of your child’s dreams
Tea Time San Diego: Bringing you a traditional English tea experience
Traveling Tea Party: In home tea parties with costumes, crafts and more
Hotel holiday and high tea service
The Grand Del Mar: $25 per child Wednesday – Sunday except during the month of December when the special holiday tea is $36 per child.
Hotel Del Holiday Tea: December 13th through the 31st enjoy holiday tea. Children 6-10 $27 and 5 and under are free.
Park Hyatt Aviara: Children’s tea is $15 Saturdays and Sundays from 2-4 p.m.
The Westgate Hotel: Ongoing special event teas including Christmas and Teddy Bear Tea service.
Did we miss anyone? Let us know if there are any other tea party businesses that we should add to this list!