Celebrate Mother's Day at Cox and Baloney Tea Rooms in BristolPosted on: 17 Mar 2017
Treat the mothers, grandmothers and women in your lives this Mother’s Day at what is officially "The South West’s Best Tea Room and Cafe". Cox & Baloney was founded, and still run, by two mums so they’re the experts...
Cox and Baloney is an independent, vintage inspired tea room full to the brim with tea-related treasures and artisan gin. it features their own loose-tea brand, tea cups & saucers, teapots, infusers and other homeware. It was recently named Best Cafe/Tea Room in the South West courtesy of the Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards!
The hosts at C&B can’t wait to welcome you on Sunday 26th March and commented, “We love it when the tea room is full of kids enjoying a lovely day with their family members, and we want to make sure this Mother's Day we're saying a massive "you're lush" to all mums!
“So, if you're a granny, mother or surrogate we'd like to give you a free Drunken Granny's Garden cocktail with your order. If you don't want to drink alcohol we'll find something just as tasty for you, minus the booze! Dad's, we love you too! We'll have your back on Father's Day!”
There is no set-menu for Mother’s Day so you can choose anything from their wade range. Breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea or a later bite to eat...it’s no problem. Check out the options on their various menus. There are over fifteen different loose teas to choose from, as well as Teapot Cocktails, Local Ales and Ciders. They also have a great selection of locally-sourced gins, infused with fresh fruit or herbs and served in a teapot.
Sundays are already very busy and this day will certainly be popular - email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 9443100 to reserve your places.
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