I visited the Cornerstone Tea teahouse today, as I had business in Garner, NC. I was a bit hesitant to dine-in at first, as I was a solo diner, and attribute teahouses to friends sharing a long lunch together. Denise, Stephanie and Sawyer put me at ease as soon as I entered! I did not have a reservation, but luckily there was space for me in the Rose Room. I had their Easter Menu and everything was divine. If I had to pick a favorite, it was the rosemary parmesean shortbread cookies. I was lucky that they were also available for sale individually, and was able to purchase some on my way out for my family. Sawyer and Denise waited on me, and their knowledge of tea was outstanding. Stephanie also helped by suggesting different teas and allowing me to smell them. Her knowledge of herbs is impressive, and the fresh rosemary used in the cookies gave them a lovely aroma. Sawyer's recommendation for the Blood Orange tea (which I had iced) was excellent! I started with a cup of iced White Symphony, which I find extremely light and crisp. I would recommend it for those with sensitive palates. I hope to dine at the Cornerstone Tea teahouse again in the future with friends. I know it will be my favorite place to have lunch when I'm in Garner- even when I'm there solo!