I have enjoyed drinking tea at home for the past 20 years and have become a fan of the wide variety of loose leaf tea blends available but have never visited a Tea Room for 'tea'. Yesterday I visited Teaberry's with my mother and 10 year old twin daughters as part of our 16th annual Black Friday shopping excursion. Let me begin my review with the phone call to make reservations. The shop was closed for the holiday when I called so I left a message. Susan returned my call later that same evening to confirm my message and answered my questions graciously. A great prelude to the type of service offered. I was a bit nervous about etiquitte and how my daughters would behave, but Teaberry's was exactly what I anticapated and needed! My daughters were treated like the 'big girls' they are becoming. The hostess (owner?) hung up their coats for them. That one small and simple gesture made them feel extra special and set a perfect mood for our lunch! Thank you SO much for the added attention to detail! We opted for lunch as I was not sure of what to expect and were pleased on all accounts!The food was superb and plentiful. My mother and I loved the French Onion soup and my daughter raved about the Seafood Chowder. One of my daughters does not like tea but enjoys hot water and honey and her request was met with her own pot of hot water and jar of honey. It is true that every request is accommodated! And the tea.....oh the tea! Our server recommended the Holiday Splendor blend (a special seasonal addition to the tea list). When I asked what spices were in it out of curiosity, she wasn't certain, but immediately offered to find out for me. Just an example of the outstanding service! The tea was fantastic and I bought some to enjoy at home for the holiday season! My mother ejoyed the Pepermint Chamomile tea and my other daughter was thrilled with her pot of decaffinated English Breakfast stating that it was beter than the tea at home! As for atmosphere, both of my daughters enjoyed examining and comparing everyone's silverware and teacups. We spent our time speculating on the origin of the various teapots and teacups displayed and talked about customs during the Victorian Era. It was a wonderful bonding experience for our table of 3 generations! I could go on and on about our wonderful experience! What a brilliant, inviting, unpretentious place! I will definitely return and suggest that others visit as well!