Online Ordering FAQs Online orders are a new service The St. James Tearoom started to help provide a teatime respite during the Government mandated business orders to help reduce the spread of CoVid-19. Tearoom CEO Daniel Higbie wanted to help answer some of the most frequently asked questions about online ordering and curbside pickup to […]
Afternoon tea is more than just a meal; it is an opportunity to connect with the people we love, and escape from the noise of our daily lives. Although the Tearoom is closed in accordance with the Governor’s mandate, the need for tea is greater than ever. This is why we will be providing carry-out […]
Dear Friends and Guests, Starting tomorrow, March 19th, The St. James Tearoom will be closing all Dine-In service until further notice, joining our peers in the dining industry in Albuquerque in following the mandate of Governor Lujan Grisham to close all restaurants and bars until April 10th, in an attempt to slow the spread of […]
To Our Dear Guests, Here at The St. James Tearoom, we take your cleanliness and health very seriously. However, greater vigilance is needed today, particularly in the dining industry. By the end of January, after studying the exponential spread of this virus, I became convinced that this was not just another flu, but a real […]
We have the greatest pleasure in announcing that we made the list of FoodNetwork.com’s 20 recommended places to eat in Albuquerque! Click through to find us at the thirteenth image. Food Network Article For those who wish to Find Sanctuary from the hectic pace of life, we have been a haven and a […]
You asked, and we listened! Our three featured teas for our “La Vie en Rose” menu are now included in our Signature Line of Teas. Lavender Provence French Kiss Puerh Mother of Pearl These delightful teas will be available for purchase throughout the year and to request at any of your teatimes. We hope you […]
Sir Chauncy and “Fortune’s Favor” It is a warm summer afternoon, and our story opens on the sleeping form of a brave knight on his way home from travels in the Far East. He has seen many wonders, has this knight, Sir Chauncy: great statues and a stone wall, tall thin hills and slender bamboo. […]
This year’s Annual Masquerade Ball was a beautiful evening filled with music, dancing, elegance, and laughter. Thank you to our honored guests! You all looked fabulous. You can download your photos at full quality by following the links below! Photo Booth Portraits Event Album
We would love your feedback! In order to continue to provide you with excellent service and beautiful products relevant to you, our St. James Market invites you to take a short survey. Let us know what is important to you in your shopping experience and the products you love! Take the Short Survey Thank you […]
If you have perused our tea collection lately, you may have seen a new addition appear! It is an honor to introduce our brand new tea “Duchess of Bedford.” This velvety traditional black tea is enhanced with raspberries and a subtle hint of rose. It is made most luxurious by a touch of brown sugar, […]
This inspirational story takes place at The St. James Tearoom in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We are honored to be named one of the Top Workplaces by the Albuquerque Journal! Veronica is one of the wonderful leaders who makes the Tearoom a great place to work. Excellence is achieved by doing one small task, one […]
We are proud to announce that we have won the Albuquerque Journal Top Work Place again this year for small businesses in Albuquerque! Thank you to our amazing staff—you all make the Tearoom such an amazing place to be! Would you like to become a part of our story? Learn more about employment at The […]
We have the honor of directing you to a lovely article written about us by Getrude Matshe of The Huffington Post! Read the article here.
The St. James is preparing to open in our new location on March 30, 2010. We look forward to welcoming our guests in our new home! The new address is 320 Osuna NE (southwest corner Edith Blvd. & Osuna Rd), Albuquerque, New Mexico.