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The Front Parlour English Tea Room, established 1991, is housed in The Meigs Bishop House which dates from 1690 and is located in The Front Parlour of The British Shoppe, Madison Connecticut. The house and decoration set the tone for a refined and elegant English tea room, where Lunch and Afternoon Teas are served daily Tuesday through Saturday. The Front Parlour tea room is also a haven of English teas, British foods and gifts.

Location: 45 Wall Street, Madison Connecticut 06443 Telephone Toll Free: 800-842-6674 Fax 203-245-3477

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(Stamford) Agos Restaurant & Bar
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(Danbury) Atlantic Restaurant

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