- On April 28, 2015
Originally Published: December 22nd, 2014
The Culinary Capers
The atmosphere was cozy, but refined, probably what you’d expect if you’ve dined at Marin before. Mrs. Claus herself was at the door to greet those coming for tea, and to read children’s stories to any little ones who may tire easily at something like an afternoon tea.
The tea itself was very reasonably priced compared to others in the Twin Cities. The quality of the food was excellent, and the service was impeccable.
We arrived to place settings complete with china tea cups, and beautifully folded napkins. The tea service included your choice of English Breakfast, hot apple cider, or hot cocoa. That would be one area I would say could be approved upon, having only one tea option at an afternoon tea seems a bit limited, but the tea they offered was delicious, so no big complaints there.