Enjoy a cup of tea at one of Ohio’s area tea rooms.

One of my favorite things to do is grab a family member, friend or friends and enjoy an afternoon of tea.  It’s a wonderful way to slow down and enjoy great conversation.   It’s also a great way to explore new areas.  Over the past few years, I have taken time to enjoy tea at some of Northern Ohio’s area tea rooms. Below you will find information about those tea rooms, as well as our #MyOhioFun Road Trip notes, listing additional areas of interest near each tea room.  As I continue to visit Ohio’s tea rooms, I will update the list.

It’s always a good idea to call ahead for reservations, since many of the tea rooms may already have bookings or hosting a special event.



Quintealia’s Tea Parlor

A few years ago I had to opportunity to bring my “Fall in Love with Ohio” bus tour to this charming Victorian tea parlor located on the Square in Burton, OH.  Quintealia’s Tea Parlor resides in the historic Ford House, a 1891 mansion built by George H. Ford, Burton’s first mayor.  Since my tour, I have taken others to enjoy tea at the tea parlor and every time we are not disappointed.

Two of my favorite dishes to order are the Beef Cottage Pie and the Farmer’s Market Quiche.  Your visit would not be complete without enjoying one of their fresh baked scones, served with Devonshire cream and jam.

Location: 14585 E. Park Streetquintealias_5
Burton, OH 44021 (Geauga County)

Phone: 440.834.1777

Tuesday – Saturday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Menu options include:
Cottage Pie, Farmer’s Market quiche , Seafood Puff Pastry, Artisan Chicken Macaroni and Cheese, and Seasonal Salad. *

Accompaniments include Soup Du Jour or a side salad.

Dessert selections include scones, pie, bread pudding, cheese cake, and more.

Both owners, Annette Phillips and Renee Petro are such a pleasure.  For those who want to plan a group event, they are very easy to work with. 


Perky Kettle Tea House
photo credit: Diane Rock | My Ohio Fun


The Perky Kettle Tea House (and Bubbles Bar)

Taken from a chapter out of Alice in Wonderland, the Perky Kettle Tea House will have you feeling like you have escaped down the rabbit hole.  From the whimsical quote above the fireplace, announcing this is the gathering place of the T.E.A. Society, “Travel, Exploration & Adventure Society”,  to the Alice Parlor with a tiny secret door and the Hatter’s Bubble Bar where you can enjoy bubbly cocktails, wines and beer.

Miss matched dishes and artwork, as well as your own “tea timer”,  just adds to the charm of this little tea house in Chesterland Ohio.

The Perky Kettle Tea House
photo credit: Diane Rock | My Ohio Fun

The day of my visit, I ordered their Afternoon Tea, a 3-tier sampling of house favorites. The first tier consisted of their coronation chicken salad, cucumber dill and egg salad. The 2nd tier included two scones, a vanilla and a chocolate chip scone, as well as three varieties of jam. On the 3rd tier I was treated to two of their shortbread cookies, an additional cookie with jam, and a macaron.  The cucumber sandwiches had just the right amount of dill and the homemade lemon curd was delightful. Only regret was that I did not get to sample their clotted cream. For those who are looking for a traditional chicken salad, their spin on the tea favorite will leave you wondering what spice did they put in that? Cumin?


The Perky Kettle Tea House
photo credit: Diane Rock

Location: 12661 Chillicothe Road, Chesterland, OH 44026
Phone: 440-688-4366

Hours: Open Tues 11:30 am – 4 pm, Wed – Sat 11:30 am – 8 pm, Sunday 11:30 am – 4 pm
Closed Monday


Menu options include:
Cornish Pastry, Quiche of the Day, Cream Tea – 2 scones and their famous rosemary shortbread biscuit, Afternoon Tea – tea sandwiches, two scones, and petite desserts and their rosemary vanilla shortbread cookie, along with a pot of tea.  Other dessert options include a treacle tart, a lemon tart, flourless chocolate cake, Jaffa cakes, and their coconut rum cake.

The Perky Kettle also offers evening dinner options.

The Perky Kettle Tea House
photo credit: Diane Rock | My Ohio Fun


#MyOhioFun Road Trip Notes


Area attractions and shopping include:

Burton Log Cabin and Sugar House, Century Village Museum, Buckeye Chocolate Company, Craft Cupboard at Settlers’ Village,   Rothenbuhlr Cheese Chalet, White House Chocolates, Punderson State Park,  as well as various Amish Shops and Fowler’s Mill.  For our one day trip through Geauga County click here.

For even more things to do in the area visit Destination Geauga.



Miss Molly's Tea Room
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Miss Molly’s Tea Roommsmolly_2

For those who live around the Medina area, they already know about Miss Molly’s Tea Room.   This Victorian decorated tea room is located just off the square in Medina, yet close enough to enjoy area shopping.  Miss Molly’s offers a wonderful selection of tea delights as well as a gift shop.  Over my last few visits I have enjoyed the Chicken Salad Croissant, the Quiche, and the Chicken Divan.

Location: 140 W. Washington St. #6
Medina, OH 44256 (Medina County)

Phone: 330.725.6830

11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Monday – Saturday
12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sundays
5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Friday nightsmissmolly_3

Menu options include:  Miss Molly’s Featured Lunch, Chicken Divan, Quiche, Chicken Salad Puff, Chicken or Tuna Salad Croissant, Harvest Turkey Sandwich, and a Tea Room Lunch Salad.  Sides include soup, a Strawberry Pretzel Salad, Chilled Cranberry Salad, Cucumber Salad, and a Broccoli Salad.  Desserts include fresh baked scones, Italian Ice Cream Truffles, Lemon Tea Bread, and additional homemade desserts.  Miss Molly’s also offers a wide selection of tea choices.


#MyOhioFun Road Trip Notes


Area attractions and shopping include:  Castle Noel, Root Candle Company, A Cupcake a Day, Fabric Obsession, The Gardener’s Cottage, Medina Antique Mall, The Olive Tap, Perfectly Charming, The Raspberry and The Rose, Polish Pottery, and more.  For our one day trip through Medina County click here


For more information about things to do in Medina County visit the Medina County Convention and Visitors Bureau.



The Macaron Tea Room
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The Macaron Tea Room

Opened in 2017, The Macaron Tea Room is the brain child of owner Alla Yakimiv.  Upon entering you will be greeted by a display full of macarons, those very tricky to make but delicious cookies.   The tea room has a modern twist, with touches of silver, large cushioned chairs, chandeliers, and a granite bar for those who just want to come in and enjoy a cup of tea or sandwich.

The Macaron Tea Room The day we visited, we enjoyed the “Afternoon Tea”, which consisted of a 3 Tiers.  The Top Tier included one Macaron and chocolate cup, the Middle Tier included a scone, sponge cake, and tea biscuit and the Bottom Tier consisted on three tea sandwiches, which included a Cucumber and Cream Cheese & Chives sandwich.  A side of clotted cream and jam was also served.

Everyone agreed the delicious scones had a very unique taste. The favorite tea sandwiches were the cucumber, the egg salad, and the roast beef.

The cost for the Afternoon Tea was $25 per person.  Single pot of organic gourmet loose leaf tea $5.  Tea choices include, specialty blends, traditional black and white teas, as well as green teas, fruit teas and caffeine free teas.   The tea room also offers a Vegan and Keto Tea.

Two Locations:
203 E Royalton Rd., Suite 114
Broadview Heights, Ohio 44147 (Cuyahoga County)
28601 Chagrin Blvd. #715
Woodmere, OH 44122

Phone: 440.334.9119

Menu options include:
High Tea – 3 Tier Stand with a pot of tea
Afternoon Tea – 3 Tier Stand with a pot of tea
Vegan Tea – 3 Tier Stand with a pot of tea
Nursery Tea –  per child
Tea for Two High Tea –  for two
Afternoon Tea Tea for Two –  for two
Mini Teas and Mini Afternoon  Teas  per guest

Reservations are required. You will also need to select your menu prior to reservations.

Piccadilly Parlour
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Piccadilly Parlour Victorian Tea Room

Located in Canfield, Ohio you will find the Piccadilly Parlour Victorian Tea Room.  This Victorian decorated tea room offers a nice selection of teas to choose from.  Throughout the year the tea room hosts special event teas.

The day we visited we enjoyed the Piccadilly Trio (pictured).  The trio consisted a selection of three (3) tea sandwiches, a cup of soup and a side salad.  The price at the time was just under $14.  The cost for a pot of tea for two was $3.29.

Location:  114 S. Broad St.
Canfield, OH 44406 (Mahoning County)

Phone: 330.533.4749

Menu options include:

The tea room menu items included tea sandwiches, quiche, soup, various salads, scones, and desserts. A children’s menu was also available and gluten free items.

Click here for current menu.

The Piccadilly Parlour

For dessert, we enjoyed a delicious berry scone with jam and cream.


#MyOhioFun Road Trip Notes


Area attractions and shopping include:

A stop to White House Fruit Farm should always be on your list.  Also, a quick 20-minute ride from the tea room is The Butler Art Museum of American Art, and the Fellows Riverside Gardens, located in Youngstown, Ohio. Both are well worth a visit.



For more area events visit youngstownlive.com.



The Sisters Tea Room
The Sisters Tea Room

The Sisters Tea Room 

This past summer, I had the opportunity to secure a tea time at The Sisters Tea Room in Mentor. The tea room had recently been featured in Tea Time magazine and I was delighted to be able to scope out this delightful tea room.  The day of my visit I ordered a bowl of their tomato basil bisque and their Afternoon Tea, which included a selection of 4 tea sandwiches, 4 tea fancies, 1 scone and a small pot of tea. ($24.50) . For my sandwiches I enjoyed their roast beef, egg salad, curried chicken salad on a croissant and their cucumber w/green goddess cream cheese.  The soup was delightful and I enjoyed all the sandwiches. The tea fancies were the perfect size and the apricot scone was perfectly baked.

There is a small gift area in the tea room. Seating is split between the once residential rooms.

Our waitress was extremely helpful in selecting a tea.  Gluten free options are available.

Location: 8595 Mentor Ave., Mentor, OH 44060

Phone:  440.290.6556

Breakfast is served Saturday and Sunday (8:30am-11:30am)
Lunch is served Wednesday through Sunday (11:30 am-3:30pm)

Menu options include:

Afternoon Tea, Creamy Tomato Basil Bisque, Chicken Pot Pie, Crustless Quiche, Welsh Rarebit, Soup, Sandwich & Small Tea, Scones – 2

For complete menu click here.




Miss Hickory's Tea Room
Miss Hickory’s Tea Room | Photo credit: Diane Rock MyOhioFun


Miss Hickory’s Tea Room

Miss Hickory’s Tea Room resides in the home of Strongsville’s first blacksmith. Owners Joe and Cona purchased the 1830 farmhouse and converted the historic home into the tea room.

When you enter the front parlor you will be greeted by friendly staff and a “tea steeping station”. Make sure you check out the cute tea cup lights. The staff is dressed in early 1900’s attire, and the whole atmosphere will make you feel like you have stepped back in time.

The day we visited we ordered the quiche of the day, along with the strawberry pretzel side salad.  For dessert we enjoyed the  Signature Chocolate Cream-Filled Cake.

Reservations are not required, but I would strongly recommend them.

Location: 14217 Mill Hollow Lane
Strongsville, Ohio 44136 (Cuyahoga County)

Phone:  440.668.3053

Hours:  Tuesday – Saturday 11am-3pm; closed Sunday and Monday

Menu options include:  Miss Hickory’s favorite things  (a 3-tiered sampling of sandwiches, tea bread and scone of the day.  Soup, stews and macaroni & cheese are offered. Quiche is also available. There is a kids menu available.  The dessert selection includes their Signature Chocolate Cream-Filled Cake with a sugar lace doily & rosette.  Other dessert choices include a Brioche bread pudding, tortes, various flavors of cheesecakes and cakes.


#MyOhioFun Road Trip Notes


Area attractions and shopping include:
Cleveland Metroparks, South Park Mall is just up the street, Mapleside Farms, and Strongsville Historical Society.


Clementine’s Victorian Restaurant | Photo credit: Diane Rock MyOhioFun

Clementine’s Victorian Restaurant

Located in the Grand Pacific Junction Historic District of Olmsted Falls, Clementine’s has been an area favorite for years. Not only can you enjoy a relaxing tea, you can purchase a selection of their bakery items to go, including cakes, tortes, cheesecake, and pastries.

The day of my visit I ordered the potato crusted quiche platter.  Although I enjoyed my selection, I guess you could say I am still a fan of an old school traditional dough crust for a quiche.  As far as the scone, absolutely delightful and not small.

For those who enjoy more restaurant type selections, Clementine’s offers the perfect selection of salads, sandwiches, soups, and more. Perfect you want to enjoy tea with someone who enjoys a bit larger portion.

Location: 8092 Columbia Rd, Olmsted Falls, Ohio 44138
Phone: 440.235.1223


Menu options include:

Afternoon Tea – A pot of tea, scone, Devonshire cream and fresh fruit, Italian Dip Sandwich, Clementine’s Fruit Sandwich, Potato crusted quiche served with fruit and banana bread, meatloaf cupcake, and more.







Special Event Teas

Throughout the year, historical homes around Ohio hosts special event teas.  It’s a wonderful way to enjoy tea and explore these Ohio treasures.  Make sure to check their websites for upcoming events.

Hower House Victorian Mansion, University of Akron
Location: 60 Fir Hill, Akron, Ohio (Summit County)
Phone: 330-972-6909
website: www.howerhouse.org

J.E. Reeves Victorian Home & Carriage House Museum
325 East Iron Avenue, Dover, OH 44622
330.343.7040 or 800.815.2794

John Brown Historical Society
206 North Elmwood Street, Medina, Ohio 44256

Patterson Homestead
Dayton History
1000 Carillon Blvd., Dayton, OH 45409
(937) 293-2841 | website

The Castle 
418 Fourth Street, Marietta, OH

For additional information about area tea rooms and tea events click here.


* PRICING – Each tea room reserves the right to change their pricing.  Pricing shown is what was available at the time of the article. 


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Diane Rock is the owner and editor of MyOhioFun.com, NorthernOhioTourism.com and the Tea Cup Rescue Society. She is an avid baker, gardener, Little Free Library owner, who loves to read and travel.  She spends most of her days sharing her love of things to do in Ohio, as well as creating destinations and itineraries for group tours and individual travelers.

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