3 Fancy Afternoon Tea Rooms in Denver You Should Try

Kamna Kirti

Finger sandwiches, tower of treats, Devonshire cream and cup after cup of tea: afternoon tea is an experience not just for tea lovers but for anyone who appreciates food aesthetics and ambiance.

Denver is one of the places where we have quality options for afternoon tea. If you looking to experience an authentic afternoon tea, I'd suggest not to miss these 3 tea rooms in Denver.

1. Glen Eyrie Castle

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Victorian-style castle, lush greens and a perfect spot for vacationing or afternoon tea.

We went there last winter and had an enriching experience. The place looked dreamy and I'm sure summers would have their own fun.

For afternoon tea, this place offers hand-crafted treats, freshly brewed teas and most importantly memories to last for a lifetime.

The summer menu is up on their website which includes a 4-course meal including soup, salad, sandwiches, crostini and sweets.

So wear your fancy hat and frilly gown and make sure to have prior reservations to have an experience of a lifetime.

2. Miramont Castle

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Experience the marvel of an authentic 1890s Victotrain castle at the Miramont Castle Museum, a Manito Springs gem tucked away in the hillside above the town.

The tea room offers modern takes on multi-course Victorian tea and a variety of tea to try from -- lavender, strawberry fields, earl of gray or red rocks.

As an avid admirer of aesthetics, I enjoyed this place flaunting my fancy hat and donning my long gown.

So don't wait, get your reservations and treat your loved ones to an occasion unlike any other.

3. Brown Palace

A visit to downtown Denver would not be complete without visiting this iconic property and experiencing afternoon tea. This is unarguably one of the most luxurious hotels in Denver and is a favorite amongst new and repeat visitors alike.

Sip tea with Devonshire cream, directly shipped from England and enjoy their handmade pastries, scones and finger sandwiches.

The eight-story atrium and natural light coming through the stained-glass ceiling is an architectural marvel and should not be missed.

Call for reservations and enjoy a luxurious experience at this property.

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Being an Indian American and traveling to more than 11 countries, I have gained decent experience in adapting well to changing environments and exploring new places. I write about arts, history, culture, lifestyle, and technology.

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