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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Calabash Garden Tea Room

Tall & Handsome and I just spent a fun-filled week-end in Myrtle Beach. We like Myrtle Beach a lot but even more so during the off-season.

On Saturday afternoon we traveled north - just over the state line - into Calabash, North Carolina to visit the Calabash Garden Tea Room. Co-owners Anna and Cathy treated us like royalty and we enjoyed a lovely Afternoon Tea in their charming little tea room.

I like the way they use vintage hankies instead of napkins. And I like the way they loop them through the teacup handle.

If you ever find yourself in Calabash,
this is a must-see tea room.


Linda said...

Cute little tearoom. It has been many years since we visited Myrtle Beach and Calabash. The only other place I have seen the napkins like this was in a Tennessee tearoom.

Teresa @ Southern Touch Catering said...

Ooooh, too cute. They really have a charming little house. I have got to get out more for myself! There is so much I am missing!!! It's been too long since visiting a nice tea room!
Thanks for sharing.

belinda manley said...

Love the hanky/napkin idea.
So many Tea Rooms around us have closed.Could you do a blog on SC Tea Rooms still open?

Rosemary said...

Such a clever use for those little hankies. I've seen that done at Over The Teacup in Camp Hill, PA and remember thinking how unique that was! Thanks for sharing your excursion to this tea room.

Angela McRae said...

This is adorable! Really, really makes me want to get my own tea room opened NOW!

Marilyn Miller said...

What a clever idea, using the hankies for napkins. And a very cute teashop too.

Steph said...

I like the handle looping, too! That method really shows off the napkin.

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