We had a wonderful time at Ritas. The lobster roll and chowder were delicious and tge staff very very friendly. Normally I would not stop but I am glad we did.
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Great place to stop for a cuppa on the way towards Sydney. You can also learn more about Rita, buy her CD's, and .... if you have time .... enjoy a generous bite to eat.
Situated on the right hand side of Route 4 as you head north. If you are on this road we would recommend a stop. We had already had a picnic lunch earlier so stopped for coffee. They were very accommodating. Our vibes were so positive...More
The site of Rita's Tea Rooms was originally one of the numerous one room schools prevalent throughout Nova Scotia. It was eventually purchased by Canadian Songstress Rita MacNeil and used firstly as her family home and then as a tea room. The tea rooms provide...More
What's a visit to the east coast without going to Rita's Tea Room? The fare is simple but substantial with tea....of course!.....and the best seafood chowder I have ever eaten. The atmosphere is quiet and restful, just what you want and need on a long...More
Stopped to have a light lunch and tea at Rita's tea room with my husband and our friend. I was a big fan and now they are as well. The food was good although, not large portions...one scone to share between two people? I'm also...More
We happened to be passing and made a point of stopping in just to get a tea to go. The place was great, lots of memorabilia about her and the gift shop was nice. The lady who served us was so nice, she told us...More
We have been here a few times. You can buy Rita's tapes, cd's and books etc in the gift shop. Also tea bags and other things. You have to look at the gifts. The restaurant serves fish chowder, and what we call devonshire tea which...More