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Wednesday 28 Feb 2024

[@]Afternoon and High Teas

Afternoon Tea

A quintessential British way to pass an afternoon, Unlock Manchester lists its favourite places to enjoy afternoon tea.

Satisfy your appetitite with Afternoon Teas featuring lemon pound cake, jam roly poly, apple turnover, individual treacle tarts or classic scones with clotted cream and jam.

These restauarants and specialist tea houses will have you smiling before you know it.

  • Annies


    Relax in the comfort of a nice arm chair with an endless cup of tea or coffee, whilst enjoying your selection of traditional British finger sandwiches, some delicious cakes from a victoria sponge to a fruits of the forest tart, and finsh off with a delicious scone served with clotted cream and strawberry jam.

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    Address: 5 Old Bank Street, The Royal Exchange, Manchester, M2 7PE
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  • Cloud 23

    Cloud 23

    Enjoy Afternoon Tea whilst taking in panoramic views of the Manchester skyline. Available Wednesday – Sunday and can be booked either on it’s own or with Champagne. Upgrade to Free-Flowing Champagne for a special treat.

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    Address: Beetham Tower, 303 Deansgate, Manchester M3 4LQ

  • Richmond Tea Rooms

    Richmond Tea Rooms

    The award winning ‘Alice in Wonderland’ themed dining experience is complemented with freshly prepared sandwiches, cakes and treats – all individually made in house with flavours and fillings hand picked by our team of chefs.

    With its weird and wonderful array of exotic and rare teas from around the world stand side by side with traditional favourites ensuring that every taste is catered for.

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    Address: 46 Sackville St, Manchester M1 3WF
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  • The Midland

    The Midland

    Afternoon tea at The Midland has been a highlight of the Manchester social scene, retaining popularity since the hotel opened in 1903.

    As Manchester’s only setting dedicated to afternoon tea, The Tea Room at The Midland is one of a kind. Served in opulent surroundings overlooking St Peter’s Square, The Tea Room has its own knowledgeable team to guide you through this quintessentially British pastime.

    Address: Peter Street, Manchester M60 2DS
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