My friends and I had a lovely afternoon at the Lowell. First the doorman and others were very helpful(since I have mobility issues). There are 3 stairs,so it's not wheelchair accessible. There is an elevator to the Pembrook Room. The room is elegant,and classy. The wait staff was very attentive. We had the Classic Tea($44.00). There were multiple choices of teas, and they were not in tea bags!!The tea was strained for every cup. The 3 tier tray had finger sandwiches(turkey,cucumber,salmon with a little caviar,lobster salad,and deviled quail egg). The second tier had small tarts and napoleons, the top tier had petit fours, and macaroons.The waiter brought out scones as we finished the sandwiches. The scones,plain,blueberry,or cranberry. There was devonshire cream,lemon curd,preserves,and marmalade.
The only down side to this trip was that I drove into the city,they had valet service but it was expensive,but since I didn't want to keep looking for parking I went with the valet service.
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