Tea Time in Fredericksburg

19/06/13 11:33 PM

Today, I took a break from the tolls of working on my website (sorry Adam) to have an Afternoon Tea with a dear friend at Pinkadilly Tea House in Fredericksburg. I have been there before and written a blog about it, but the first time we only did lunch. Today it was the whole enchilada… okay the whole pot of tea!



I just love that when you come to the Tea House, your tea cup is always different.

That is one thing I will be doing at our house for our teas!



We filled our tea cups today with Earl Grey Tea, one of my favorites!

Our first course was soup and Quiche.


Crab Soup (which is to die for!) and Ham, Asparagus, White Cheddar and Provolone Cheese Quiche!


Our second course ย arrived stacked beautifully before us!


Our Scones with Lemon Curd and Devonshire Cream were:


Cinnamon Raisin


Our Tea Sandwiches were:

Feta and Almond Spread on a Toasted Baguette

Spinach and Feta Puff Pastry

Chicken Salad

Cucumber Salad


Our Desserts were:

Chocolate Truffles

Pindadilly Pieshots

Orange Brownies

Blueberry Cheesecake Cups

Each Course was Heavenly!

If you are ever in Fredericksburg, you must call and get a reservation at this wonderful Tea House!


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If you love Afternoon Tea and you are 8 year old or older

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Posted by Michelle Darnell | in Darnell History | 25 Comments »

25 Comments on “Tea Time in Fredericksburg”

  1. Reblogged this on The Blogspaper.

  2. Thank you so much for sharing our blog! It really means so much!

  3. Jayde-Ashe Says:

    Yum!! That looks so incredible, I only wish I lived somewhere nearby! Or in the same country for that matter ๐Ÿ™‚ those tea cups are adorable.

  4. Aw! If I could mail it to you I would!!

  5. dogear6 Says:

    That looks great – I’ll have to keep it in mind.

    And you said to share!



    P.S. The next time you’re in Williamsburg, try this one out:


  6. Thank you so much Nancy! And guess what! I have been there…. twice!! Thank you for sharing it!

  7. dogear6 Says:

    Remember to go out to Trip Advisor and leave a positive review. These small places need all the help they can get (also do a review on Adagio).

  8. marydpierce Says:

    Mmmmmm. . .drooling again. I love a full tea and this looks one of the yummiest I’ve seen!

  9. It really was!! Thank you!

  10. Looks divine! I haven’t been to a real afternoon tea in forever. Thanks for sharing this! DAF

  11. Thank you! You need to do it soon!

  12. Omygoodness, there’s some about afternoon tea, stacked on a tiered cake stand, that sets my pulse racing. This looks amazing!

  13. Thank you! I agree!

  14. Dianna Says:

    That looks just a bit fancier than the tea at Bacon’s Castle!

  15. Just a little bit. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  16. lvaletutto Says:

    I love tea! This looks like a wonderful place to spend the afternoon with friends.

  17. It really is a great place to enjoy!

  18. What a beautiful restaurant/tea house. Everything looks delicious.

  19. I can’t tell you that it was!

  20. I love the idea of the different teacups. So cute.

  21. Thank you!

  22. Terry Says:

    everything down to the cups looked delicious!!!

  23. Thank you

  24. Isobel Says:

    Looks lovely. Now I have a hankering to go for high tea. ๐Ÿ™‚

  25. It was really good. You should go!