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    catnfiddle
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    HeySquare wrote >>
    I’m in… maybe this time I won’t blow a tire.

    If that happens I will come get you this time.

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    Mae Greentree
    Mae Greentree
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    catnfiddle wrote >>
    THIS just totally makes my day! I forsee a CU Tea Time when this place opens. Who is in with me?

    Pencil me in, too. It’s never a bad time for tea!

    #293545

    catnfiddle
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    I have a feeling a weekend is the easiest time to schedule a gathering. Am I right? In any case, they seem to have changed their name, at least online. The web page is http://www.cambridgeteahouse.com/index.php

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    Mae Greentree
    Mae Greentree
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    catnfiddle wrote >>
    I have a feeling a weekend is the easiest time to schedule a gathering. Am I right? In any case, they seem to have changed their name, at least online. The web page is http://www.cambridgeteahouse.com/index.php

    Weekends would be easiest for us. Glad you noted the name change. I drove past it a few days ago and noticed, too.

    It’s funny, when I first moved back to Columbus in 2006, I think there was an Italian restaurant there. When the restaurant closed, I wished for a tea room would go in, because I thought the Tudor architecture and size made it a perfect spot for such.

    #293547

    Stopped in the other morning for breakfast and tea before work. They seemed very excited to have a morning customer and even gave me a free sample of their scones. (They said lunch business has been good, but not so much from the early commuters.) I’m not usually a scone fan, but the plain scone was really quite delicious. I also ordered some of their pumpkin tea bread to-go– it was a big hit both with my tummy and with my co-workers.

    The tea was also good :) I will be going back.

    #293548

    catnfiddle
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    Ooo, I must make it there for breakfast soon!

    #293549

    AnneD
    Member

    I foresee a cream tea in my very near future!

    #293550

    catnfiddle
    Participant

    AnneD wrote >>
    I foresee a cream tea in my very near future!

    Perhaps we can team up and have a “Ladies Who Lunch” gathering there soon and then a High Tea gathering on a weekend?

    #293551

    swansonguy
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    I had a scone and it was amazing!

    #293552

    Annathy
    Member

    I was there yesterday for my “birthday lunch” from my co-workers. I had a grilled ham and swiss on 1 slice of white/1 slice of wheat with spicy mustard, a side of cranberry chutney, a cup of squash soup, and hot cinnamon spice tea. The soup has maple syrup and pumpkin seeds. I am going back this morning (today is my actual birthday) and treating myself to something equally wonderful. As always Lauren and Collin are great servers and Mary, the owner/cook, still comes out to each table to make sure everything is ok. It has been a couple of weeks since I’ve been back yet she still remembers my name.

    We must get together and have a great time!

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