“I do find joy, even in this current situation. True joy in life does not come from focusing on ourselves, but from focusing on others, pouring out all the love, kindness, and forgiveness we have/can.” – Shannon Ferrell Shannon and Shanda are two of our lovely guests who have been coming to the tearoom […]
Ten Movies with Tea and Good Manners It is still very possible to begin an adventure all while staying indoors! For many of us, the best way we can contribute to preventing the spread of COVID-19 in our communities is to simply stay home. Watch an uplifting film as you sip on your warm afternoon […]
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 […]
Teatime, whether here at The St. James Tearoom or at your own kitchen table, can be a much-needed respite in one’s day. Whatever your reason or need for the tradition of a teatime, be it an interruption from your daily routine or the disconcerting news, here are a few tips to carry on this tradition […]
If you fear for your health amidst the recent news of the pandemic sweeping the globe, you’re not alone. While many preventative measures are being taken by state governments to help reduce the spread of this virus, you can be proactive in guarding your health, too. The best part is that it isn’t a spoonful […]
Tearoom guest and friend of Mary Alice, Wilfrid, a published writer and expert on all things to do with the British monarchy, was thrilled to speak to us on the subject of a royal arrival and the perseverance of the royal family.