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English Rose Tea Room

Please be our guest for a sumptuously delicious Afternoon Tea accompanied by the finest loose teas available. We are open Tuesday through Saturday 11 - 5. Reservations are recommended, and walk-ins are welcome. We look forward to your visit! Call us at 925-462-6233.

We are pleased to announce that The English Rose Tea Room and Gifts in Pleasanton is featured in the latest edition of The Great Tea Rooms of America authored by Bruce Richardson, world renowned tea expert. Visit our website for more information.

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Children's Etiquette Classes
Adult Etiquette Classes
Adult Business Etiquette Classes

Taught by a Certified Tea and Etiquette
Consultant from the Protocol School of Washington

Call (925)462-6233 to Inquire

History

Established in 2004.

For many years, the owner of The English Rose enjoyed the pleasures of sipping teas and tasting Afternoon teas worldwide. In 2004, she decided to bring those joys to quaint downtown Pleasanton and located the tea room just off of historic Main Street with its many Victorian buldings and homes. The English Rose has been serving Afternoon Teas here since 2004.

Meet the Business Owner

Lisa has a passion for serving others and delights in making every customer visit to The English Rose a pleasant and memorable experience.

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