Sounds interesting, I'm very much a tea drinker than coffee. There's ought to be edible teacups though :D
Tea Parties? Madness!
Stash-bleah! Nothing worse that a small tin pot with warm water & a teabag. My grandparents were from Cornwall. We have a firmly held family belief that a 'good, strong cup of tea' will cure all ills from a broken heart to a heart attack. LOL
If it weren't so strongly 'themed' towards children, I would think the new Fantasy Faire wouldn't be a bad place for a tea shop. It just might not be the best place as far as marketing & consumption goes. Probably not a lot of people would wade through knee high princes and princesses for a cuppa. Unless it was a really good cuppa, that it!
I would love a richly themed, non-chain tea shop in FL. Ideally, it would be someplace in the middle of the action where you could sit and take in the beautiful sights. I don't know where it would fit, though. It would be a perfect fit if they ever decide to get rid of Autopia and turn the northern half of it over to a big FL addition.
Isn't there currently a heraldry shop or something still in FL, up by the castle? Never been in there. Get rid of that and put in a tea shop with a few tables out front.
I think that's the Bippity Boppity Boutique these days? Now there's a shop that would fit very well in the Fantasy Faire. I could definitely see that space being used for a tea house.
This is a great idea! I would love the have a relaxing cup of tea with some pastries in the afternoon. It would be a nice break from the craziness of the parks! I personally wouldn't mind it being Alice themed; it seems very fitting. But Mary Poppins, or a non-character themed tea house would be fine as well.
Now if the tea cups where also edible as in the movie, that would be awsome. I think we could replace Village Haus for a tea house. Its does not an even taste very good.
It would be nice if they brought back a Victorian afternoon tea to one of the table service restaurants. It would fit really well in the Plaza Inn, and even if they didn't theme it to a character it would be nice.
I'll admit I'm a little Alice-d out - it seems as though the character has more than enough representation right now - but a zany Fantasyland tea with the Wonderland gang would certainly go over well. I suppose they could always change the Mad Hatter store to a little tea shop. What about doing something outdoors, like in the area where the Motorboats were near the Matterhorn?
How about at the old Skyway station with a Mulan theme?