Teaberry's is cosy, comfortable and a delight. I do not recommend inviting a lumberjack to join you unless you relish the sound of crashing china. Yes, I did say china. Pretty, delicate fine china, good quality flatware and well laundered white linens. The service is quite good by today's standards even though not well schooled about tea. I asked for a good black tea that would hold up well with milk. The waitress politely offered suggestions. When I found her selections unremarkable she was able to get expert advice from the owner/manager. That done, the waitress brought us an excellent pot of tea. I saw not one tea bag lurking anywhere, not even in the pretty little gift shop. The lunch menu was varied and the food well prepared and crisp. The lemonade was superb,clearly fresh and not overly sweet. The prices are fair and the selection large. What more can a lady desire at a tea shop?