Serenity Garden Tea House is a wonderful venue for your shower. Whether it is an event for up to 45 guests or a sprinkle shower for you and your chosen few, we can accommodate. Offering our special High Tea — or if you would like, a special menu put together just for you — we're happy to oblige. We also offer a Champagne reception with bottomless bubbles.
Whatever your need, we'll ensure that you and your guests have the time of your lives and create wonderful memories.
High Tea Experience
Pots of Tea served in tea cozies
A cup of tomato and basil bisque ( add a slice of quiche for $2.50)
Tiered High Tea service
Cranberry and orange scones with clotted cream, lemon curd, strawberry preserve. Served warm.
A selection of delicate finger sandwiches (chicken salad, tomato & herb cheese, tuna and apple, cucumber and herb cream and egg salad ) served on a variety of breads
Individual pastries & desserts. An array of bite size french macaroons, petit fours, cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,mini cupcakes, cheesecakes and brownies.
The cost is $24.00 plus 7%sales tax and 20% gratuity per guest.
Deposit: $75 deposit is required to confirm your reservation.
Wine, champagne and mimosas are available from $4 each. I can offer you a mimosa bar with bottomless mimosa's at a cost of $15 per guest plus taxa d gratuity there would be champagne, mimosas, bellini's and lavender honey champagne options for your guests.
The traditional service is 2 hours, Additional time is available at a charge of $50 per 1/2 hour.
Serenity Garden tea house is a beautiful quaint place. Full of charm and character. A 1920's victorian south florida home filled with eclectic china and antiques. All the settings are mismatched china, on an array of beautiful tablecloths. Each table has a center piece of fresh flowers and all the tea is served in tea cozies.
And here are some recent write ups about Serenity Garden tea House
Palm Beach Post 2015
Palm Beach Post May 2014
Travel and leisure, top ten tearooms in America
Florida weekly "In the kitchen with Audrey Farrelly"
May 2017 health inspector reports