Old friends make a new one. Myself and four friends discovered the TeaHaus in Ann Arbor this Saturday. Since we don't live near each other, we like to find time for 'Tea with the Girls' at least every other month. We found the listing, right here on TeaMap. Called and made a reservation. Even had to call and confess to running late. The owner, Lisa, is wonderful and truly enjoyable. The staff is friendly and welcoming. The tea room is inviting, cozy, yet crisp. The service is like your neighborhood coffee shop but with really friendly and helpful people. All but one of the tables were full while we were there - glad we made a reservation. While there we discovered 'Dukkah', an Egyptian spice and nut combination served with olive oil, crusty bread, and an assortment of dried fruit or olives and cheese. YUM!!! We also had the Quickie English Tea: finger sandwiches, scones, and dessert - all were very tasty (she makes her own lemon curd - heavenly). We tried and loved everything on the menu. We were too full to try the big lunch sandwiches. The TeaHaus also has a large selection of loose tea. I found 5 different varieties to bring home. I'm more of a tradional black or green tea lover but my friend found alot of fabulous fruit teas that she plans to make ice tea with. I love how the store is seperate from the tea room. We never knew how busy the store was until we left the tea room. I drove two hours to get there. Well worth the drive. The TeaHaus had been added to the 'Fabulous, wonderful, MUST GO HERE' list. Side note: The mom in our group thought it was really lovely that they had a changing table in the bathroom and a extra natural diaper, in case of emergency.