Tales and Tea Events

Tea events are $35 per person includes all your food, tea, tax, gratuity and entertainment.

Doors open at 6 p.m. High Tea is served at 6:30 p.m. Storytelling begins at 7 p.m. The event is over at 8 p.m.

We will have a raffle for a free Tea Pot and other small items at the end of the event.

We can accommodate Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free High Tea if informed when reservation is made there is a $5.00 surcharge. Champagne, Wine, and Beer available at menu price.

 Tea Events are by reservation only. Please find the event you’d like to book below when you call we will need your credit card information to secure your reservation.  You will be charged the day of the event unless you choose to pay online.  Cancellations will not be accepted less than 24 hours before the event.

Meet our Storytellers of the Round Table 

Mary Lou Williams is a retired teacher. She holds a masters degree in education from Columbia University.  She has served on the board of the Florida Storytelling Association and has produced local storytelling workshops and concerts featuring national tellers.  She is also a member of Toastmasters and has achieved the Distinguished Toastmaster award.  She has written a book of her stories called Ten Fractured Fairy Tales.
Tashahara Jallad joined Toastmasters in 2008.  After achieving the level of Distinguished Toastmaster, she began exploring storytelling.  She joined The Florida Storytelling Association and founded the Storytellers of the Round Table.  Tashahara adapts and weaves universal messages that touch the heart, challenge the mind, and lift the spirit.  With a belief that a story is the shortest distance between two hearts, she will inspire you to pass them along.
Rhonda Brazinahas co-authored a children’s book, Carrots for Charlie. She also found her dream job as a professional storyteller.  Combining her career as an educator, her love for acting and the theater, and her passion for stories, she is grateful to have found her niche with the Storytellers of the Round Table. Rhonda is a member of Toastmasters and earned the Distinguished Toastmaster award, the highest award that Toastmasters bestows. She delights in connecting with her audience.

Joel Ying, MD, is a physician practicing traditional & alternative medicine. As a Distinguished Toastmaster, he discovered a passion for storytelling as a performance art and a healing art. He attends storytelling festivals, produces local events, and performs eclectic world folk tales and personal stories. His style is unique, unexpected, and powerful.

Our new season of storytelling will be posted soon.

Price is per person that includes tax and gratuity. Events and Menus are subject to change.