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Grammie's Pantry Tea Room & Gift Shop

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1126 Woodworth Rd, Skaneateles, NY 13152, USA 315-636-8111 Website Owner?

Sun closed Mon closed Tue 11:00am – 4:00pm Wed 11:00am – 4:00pm Thu 11:00am – 4:00pm Fri 11:00am – 4:00pm Sat 11:00am – 4:00pm

Recent reviews

    • Don Micklon

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      We won't be coming back! Nothing in the website blog prepared us for the 18% added gratuity; this dispite the fact that the server was also the owner. To add insult to injury, the state tax was calculated with the gratuity figured in. The final straw was when we gave our credit card. She explained that she had just newly entered this into her hand held. No acceptance. Oh!,I dontake this card. do you take XYZ card, another well known card? Yes. Several tries later; there still was no acceptance. I felt she was trying to avoid the merchant fee on the card. Very unhappy concerning this experience.

    • Kenzi

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      I love is place! Go every holiday with girls in my family for th past 4 years. Grammy is swet, the food is amazing and the tea variety is extremely diverse. Love every second!

    • Myra

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      Superior tea presentation - food prepared with great expertise - six courses and friendly service - been to many high teas, and this is clearly the best in the Finger Lakes.

    • joanne

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      This one room school house tea room is charming. The decor is rustic victorian, the food is outstanding and the service was friendly. I brought my husband for the March Irish tea. Everything was delicious and abundant. The scones were some of the best I've ever had. The quiche was also outstanding. Lovely and quaint. Thank you

    • Amanda

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      An adorable tea room! I have been to several Victorian style tea rooms, and Grammie's is my new favorite! The porch seating area is lovely, with a nice view of the garden, pond, and plenty of birds. It's quite nice to take in the fresh country air while enjoying afternoon tea! When we were seated, the table was set with fresh pineapple and passion fruit in a cream sauce, homemade feta cheese spread and crackers, as well as scones and lemon curd and Devonshire cream. I selected the white pomegranate tea and found it to be excellent in flavor. I seem to recall the tea is all loose leaf certified organic tea made by Divinitea (glad to see a local NY company being supported). The sandwiches were abundant and good (berry flavored cucumber cheese sandwiches were a favorite). Desert was a delicious homemade orange ice cream with caramel, mandarin orange, whipped cream, and a tasty berry sugar cookie on the side. There is also an a la carte menu, but we did not try it this visit (next time). One of the most delightful features of the tea were the homegrown edible flowers on our dishes! A lovely touch! We will definitely return!