I recently drove for lunch to the Teapot Cafe in Boxboroughat the recommendation of a close friend. Although it was a 36 mile ride for me, gosh, was it soooo worth it. Just off the major route 111, it is housed in a GORGEOUS hip roof colonial home. From the moment you walk in to this place it is soothing. The little gift shop at the entrance is adorable. The decor of the dining room with its light green walls with black and white photos is welcoming. I had the Daniela's Panini. Fresh yellow tomato slices, zippy basil pesto, fresh, and i mean real fresh mozzarella, and grilled chicken. AMAZING. The side salad with homemade vinaigrette dressing > (owner wouldn't tell me the secret ingredient! ) was so delicious! The brownie sundae for dessert was magnificent. brownies with chocolate chunks, chocolate frosting, AND hot fudge! Finished with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream! YUM! The owner, Kraig, made a point to come and chat with us, and ask us how we enjoyed our lunch. Very thoughtful . Server was freindly and unobtrusive. Tea was hot and perfectly steeped. I can't say enough about the place. A true find!
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