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Miss Lucy's Tearoom & Gift Shop

One East High Street (Dryden Road)
Metamora, MI
810-678-2150
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#26
of 75
in MI
Hours

Sat: 11:30am to 3:00pm. Saturday reservations highly recommended.

Open daily with a reservation of 8 adults or more.

Located 5 miles north of Oxford.

Overview

Miss. Lucy's Tearoom, Parlor and Gift Shop opened at the Historic White Horse Inn in 2004. It is open every Saturday from 11:30am to 3:00pm. Serving an afternoon lunch of "all you care to eat" of freshly baked flavored scones, breads w/ cream and preserves, a variety of tea sandwiches and many choices of "all you care to drink" loose flavored teas. A cup of soup and dessert of the day is also included in the price per person. Saturday teas are $14.95 per person. $8.95 per child 10 and under.

Full bar and wine service is also available.

Miss Lucy's Tearoom and Parlor is also open daily for reservations of a party of 8 or more. Perfect for bridal and baby showers, children's tea parties, groups, social club meetings and of course, Red Hatters. CHECK OUT OUR PRIVATE PARTIES PAGE FOR MORE DETAILS!


Visit our new Gift Shop! Featuring china tea sets and pots for adults and children, fairy and ballerina specialty gifts for girls, stationary, notepads, candles, vases, books, linen, teapots and teacups, loose tea and more!




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Five of us finally visited here for an afternoon tea. SO very disappointing. Scones and/or muffins were store bought and cut in 1/4 pieces. Savories were tiny bites and, although advertised that you could have more, ran out of what we requested more of. Server didn't know anything about the tea she was serving. Sweets appeared to also be store bought. Alos, beware - the picture shown is not representing where the teas are served. The staircase is quite steep and due to age of this quaint Inn, floors are very uneven. We were quite excited to finally go there, but will not go again.

- Bea Stephenson 11/10/12