Willow Tea Rooms
About Willow Tea Rooms
A visit to The Willow Tea Rooms is a must for anyone interested in enjoying tasty traditional food and drinks in an atmospheric setting.
Owned by Anne Mulhern for over 30 years, the Willow Tea Rooms are very much part of the history of Glasgow, a go to place for many people, where our visitors enjoy seeing some of the recreated features from the partnership of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Kate Cranston in the early 1900s.
Situated in the heart of Glasgow’s style mile, The Willow Tea Rooms at 97 Buchanan Street, are a recreation of the White Dining Room and Chinese Room, which were originally part of the Ingram Street Tea Rooms. The use of colour has probably never been more evident than in the contrast in these two rooms.
The building at 217 Sauchiehall Street, designed by Mackintosh, is being closed for a 2-year refurbishment and as a result The Willow Tea Rooms located there will be closing on Wednesday, 22 June 2016. However, the good news is that the Willow Tea Rooms are branching out! We will be opening our new Tea Rooms on the 3rd Floor at Watt Brothers store at 119 Sauchiehall Street within the next few weeks. We are delighted that we will still be in Sauchiehall Street, with the same great staff, same menu, our Mackintosh interiors and our same great waitress service, just a few blocks away.
At our Tea Rooms, you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, morning coffee or afternoon tea – the choice is yours – all available all day. For that special day-out or celebration, Champagne Afternoon Tea is the perfect choice.
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