No one was more pleased than me to see the "Open" sign back on the front door. I've been craving a pasty. And when I say "pasty" I mean the meat-filled pie variety not the thingy that exotic dancers wear. The difference apparently is in the pronunciation.
Meet Ronni, the new owner of Elizabeth's. She was busy bussing tables when we met so I tried not to get in the way with my annoying picture-taking ways.
It seems the new owner has added some comfy new touches to the decor like this cozy bench with pretty pillows that spans the length of the wall. So have a seat and enjoy a nice spot of tea.
They still have a delish assortment of savory items as well as pastries.
Paul was so helpful and friendly behind the counter. Nice crumpets.
The decor retains it's Brittish flavor.
Fresh flowers on the counter. Very nice touch, Ronni.
Everyone seems so happy that Elizabeth's is open again.
Just a reminder to all....it is so important to support small local businesses. Especially in these tough economic times they need your love as well as your dollars. Now after you finish your tea, head on over to Second Hand Chic; another small business that needs your love (and dollars).
It's good to see the Union Jack flying once again out front.
Elizabeth's English Bakery & Tea Shop575 South 700 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84102-2814
(801) 433-1170Where else in Utah can you have afternoon tea with The Queen?