Monday, July 16, 2012

Amelia Grey's Cafe and Catering Is Open

Posted By on Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 9:19 AM

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A new restaurant and catering company has moved into the building at 3073 N. Campbell Ave., where the Just Add Water Café was going to be located until the owner pulled the plug on the project.

Amelia Grey's Café and Catering now resides there. The restaurant is the new incarnation of Amelia Greys' Tea Garden, which pulled up stakes earlier this year at 5055 E. Speedway Blvd.

Expect sandwiches, salads, baked goods galore and all the requisite hot and cold beverages. The café also holds high teas, describing them as such:


High Tea is served on our finest bone china which includes: Pot of your choice of tea, milk and sugar cubes, Three petite sandwiches, Two freshly baked scones, Three miniature sweets, One mini quiche and condiments of homemade lemon curd Raspberry Jam and devonshire cream.

The next high tea takes place this Sunday, July 22. Reservations are required. There's more on the restaurant here.

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