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Cosy Cupboard Tea Room

4 Old Turnpike Road | Convent Station (use Morristown for GPS), NJ
973 998-6676 | Email | Website | Hours
Located in a bucolic setting in the heart of Morris County, NJ. the Cosy Cupboard Tea Room serves authentic English-style afternoon tea in a relaxed Victorian setting. Our carefully crafted menu, extensive tea and pastry selections, impeccable service, and elegant yet cozy atmosphere, bring the best of tea etiquette to your afternoon tea experience.

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What an extraordinary place! I held my daughter's baby shower there yesterday. I was expecting it to be nice, but had no idea how awesome an experience it would be. The teas were varied and wonderful, the food was excellent (even better than I hoped for) and the environment is both elegant and comfortable. But I was completely blown away by the level of service and the warm, caring attitude of everyone there. Totally helpful and accommodating, way beyond my highest expectations. And the owner, James, enhanced the experience even more with his charming, knowledgeable discussion about the teas and scones. Could not have been more delighted!

- Sandra Schler Mar 14th '16

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I wanted to take a moment, to say thank you for a job well done. My daughter's bridal shower could not have been better. From the moment I arrived and saw how beautiful everything looked, I knew this would be a shower she will remember fondly. I want to thank your staff for the assistance provided unloading my car and then helping Christina load her gifts into her car at the end. I could not have asked for better service, the ladies were very gracious throughout the event. Our guests had a delightful time and I heard many wonderful compliments about the food, service, teas, and you. I cannot thank you or your staff enough for helping us to keep the surprise right up to the very last minute. We have wonderful memories for years to come. Thank you very much. Sincerely, Julia Sheridan

- Julia Sheridan Sep 1st '15

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Cosy Cupboard has a special place in my heart--because its owner, James, has a big heart himself. Every year he generously donates a Grand Tea to be auctioned off to help numerous charities and schools, including the one I'm directly involved with, which provides critical services to children with autism. It is always a highly bid-on auction item, mostly because Cosy Cupboard is known in the area for its so-quaint atmosphere and its wonderful foods and teas. The apple butter and cinnamon scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam are really good and the tomato soup is some of the best I ever tasted. The tea sandwiches had a nice assortment. The Grand Edwardian tea was a good value--I couldn't finish it all and I have a large appetite! I had the Darjeeling (loose tea) with it was rich and flavorful. Another really nice thing: they don't rush you and you aren't crammed in. So if you want to go with some friends and have some quality time, this is the place to go.

- Stephanie Jan 30th '15

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I hosted a baby shower. The theme was a Classic Winnie the Pooh. The event was held Nov. 15 and the experience was everything I hoped for. James made it a true event, everyone had a wonderful time. The food and service were excellent. The scones were absolutely the best I have ever had. What made the day such an wonderful experience was the staff. I recommend that you consider the Cosy Cupboard for your next event.

- susan Nov 16th '14

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I just logged in today to leave a review for our visit yesterday with friends (and three children! they were very accommodating of the children and knew just how to pace things to keep the kids from climbing the walls, and we were there for the grand tea). We stopped in before going to the Morris Museum (just around the corner), and every single thing we had was fantastic. These are the only tea sandwiches I have ever enjoyed (the egg salad was deliciously herby), the chocolate mousse was rich, the tea was perfectly brewed, the scone was delightful (I tried the lemon poppy seed and the butter brickle my husband ordered) and the Devonshire cream mentioned below was impressively fresh (fresh enough there was some visible whey on the plate, perhaps accounting for Arielle's impression it was spoiled? it was delicious to me and I certainly didn't get ill, nor did anyone else with me). We intend to go back often as a sort of informal tea time and a show with the museum's theater program.

- Nayla Jul 3rd '14

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I came here for my birthday with some friends. The atmosphere is very cute and quaint. I was not very impressed with the food however. My clotted cream seemed sour or spoiled. I was not very thrilled. Not sure if I would come back nor would this be my first choice for afternoon tea.

- Arielle B. Jul 2nd '14

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We held my sister's bridal shower here and I was blown away but the quality of the food, tea selection, service, and ambiance. Everyone had a wonderful time and I will definitely be returning.

- Jessica Jun 8th '14

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If you want a wonderful venue for your daughter's Bridal Shower, then you must have it at the Cosy Cupboard Tea Room in Morristown, NJ. On May 17th 2014 I had my daughter Rebecca's shower there for 36 guests. Mr. Howard and staff helped facilitate my Alice in Wonderland themed party.It could not have been any lovlier. I decorated his already beautiful tea room with just a splash of nicknacks for the theme. The menu was incredible with 2 choices of soup, a salad, customized tea sandwiches, a salmon tart, 2 choices of scones and a beautifully decorated themed cake to order. Mr. Howard picked 4 teas that were all delicious and unique. In addition, chef Tom was hired to come in and do a wonderfully scrumptious crepe station along with demonstation. All were delicious. My guests were enchanted ... (more)

- Annette May 27th '14



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