W. J. Harkins
I have been to this tea room several times and have not been disappointed. The service is immediate and gracious; a very attentive staff. The fruited and chocolate chip scones are the best I have ever had; no exception! And always served piping hot. Only loose leaf tea is served; many varieties and the tea pot is bottomless with the high tea. The food is excellent. The atmosphere is Victorian; both simplistic and inviting. I most recently attended their special Valentine's Tea and it was exceptional; every element of the tea was excellent. I am returning again soon and am looking forward to many visits in the future.
Abigails is a true Victorian Tea Room! The tea room is beautiful and the food,and service are excellent. The staff are very friendly and attentive; there is no rush to complete your tea. The tea was served hot which I like. This tea room was a long distance from my home and it took me over 2 hours to get there. It was worth the drive! I will definitely return. I encourage anyone who loves the art of tea to include Abigails Victorian Tea Room. You will not be disappointed. I can't wait to go again. Thank you ladies for such a wonderful tea experience.
The Victorian Parlor in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, is a wonderful place to visit - it's like a step back in time! The decor is truly Victorian in style and appearance. It has a very friendly atmosphers and promotes a place of peace and tranquility. The food is prepared fresh and is delicious. The food tea is both generous and memorable. The owners, Daryl and Paula, are most accommodating and very attentive along with the servers. The tea is a loose tea served in China tea pots with a cozy to keep it hot. There are 2 types of loose tea offered daily. Or, if you prefer something different, just ask your server! They will make every accommodation possible. I return often to The Victorian Parlor and take both family and friends. Visiting The Victorian Parlor is always a special time with family and friends alike. I plan on returning often. P.S. There is no waste management facility in Spring Grove. The odor experienced in the town is from the town's paper mill, Glatfelter Pulpwood Company. The odor cannot be detected from the interior of the tea room and does not in any way effect the excellence of the tea room.