Thursday, February 21st, 2013
Everything’s coming up rosy for Tudor Rose Tea House owner Angela Grant.
Her downtown Santa Rosa tea house is slated to open April 6 in the former Sawyers News location and already, ladies from the Red Hat Society, brides-to-be and forward-thinking Mother’s Day planners are knocking at her door for reservations. “They’re already calling me the Tea Lady,” said Grant, who is defining her cafe as a place for gals to gather, gossip and have fun. “It’s been a long time since Santa Rosa has had something like this,” she said.
To keep folks happy, she’ll be offering several high-tea luncheons at the La Rose Hotel in connection with Copperfield’s bookstore author events…
Feb. 28: Karen Russell, New York Times Bestselling author of Swamplandia!discusses her latest book, Vampires in the Lemon Grove at 6p.m. Included in the $50 ticket are a copy of the book and the sumptuous High Tea meal. You’ll also enjoy the company of other like-minded readers. Tickets available in our box office stores in Montgomery Village, Sebastopol, or Petaluma or online.
March 21: Ruth Ozeki, A Tale for the Time Being, 6p.m.
April 12, Jacqueline Winspear, Leaving Everything Most Loved