Upon opening the door to the Tearoom I found myself in a warm, homey atmosphere that was welcoming & relaxing. The smell of fresh bread lingered in the air, family pictures adorn the walls, and smiling faces waited on me.
This is a mother daughter owned and operated restaurant, don't let the Tearoom name fool you. It is very comfortable for men, and the food is outstanding.
The Tearoom features a weekly changing menu, large tea menu, beer, wine, sodas, and AMAZING desserts.
One of the house specialties is a Quiche made in a potato crust with broccoli, ham, and cheese. Quiche not for you the last time I went they had a hot beef sandwich, chicken and noodles I think they have something for everyone.
I have been to the Tearoom several times and it is worth a stop. They also are open on Thanksgiving, Mothers Day, and Easter.
The Tearoom is located just off the main drag 58 highway (which is really just a 4 lane road not a highway at all) in the Downtown area. It is very cute there are antique stores, city hall, Carrie A. Nation Museum, working railroad, and a few other store fronts. It is not a cookie cutter area you find good local businesses that are a great way to burn off the dessert you should eat when you dine at the Tearoom.
Definitely check it out if you are passing though on 71 highway you will be very happy you did. I was.