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Home Food Fun Foods Quite The Stir Bungalow Now Serving

Quite The Stir Bungalow Now Serving

 

Welcome to Quite The Stir Bungalow!

Enjoy an elegant mid-morning or afternoon to early evening Tea at Quite The Stir Bungalow

We are a Bungalow Tea Room  and also a Bungalow Guest Lodging with Bed and Breakfast Amenities

Corners of 500 West Middle Street and Howard Avenue

Gettysburg, PA 

(717) 416-0025   (717) 778-7786  (717) 778-7861

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For  teas only, Quite The Stir Bungalow Tea Room will be receiving our guests on

Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 10:00 am until 6:30 pm by reservation.

Please check with the innkeeper for other requested tea times you may seek.

We gently request 48 hour notices for all reservations.

  

Choose from the following options:

 

Working Girl's Special

Giggle Water with a twist

 Tea Sandwiches with Devonshire creme

Naughty Bon Bons

Hot tea with cozy

Prices vary per person

Wi Fi Available

 

Rosie the Riveter Tea

Sparkling white or red grape cider in champagne glasses

Fresh fruit in season

Traditional scones and darling crumpets with Devonshire creme on tiered trays

Sweet or salty surprises

Hot tea with cozy

Prices vary per person

 

USO Ladies Tea

Sparkling white or red grape cider in champagne glasses

Fresh fruit in season

Traditional scones and darling crumpets with Devonshire creme

Tea sandwiches and sweet breads on tiered trays

Sweet or salty surprises

Hot tea with cozy

Prices vary per person

 

The Bombardiers Tea (for the gents too!)

Sparkling white grape cider in champagne glasses

Fresh fruit in season

A remarkably delectable salad with almonds or shards of oranges

Tea sandwiches and sweet breads on tiered trays

Traditional scones and darling crumpets with Devonshire creme

Sweet or salty surprises

Hot tea with cozy

Prices vary per person.

 

BUY Bonds Tea

(a portion of this tea goes to our veterans in assisted care facilities)

Sparkling white grape cider in champagne glasses

Vegetable or fruit based creme soups served in vessels or demitasse cups

Fresh fruit in season

A remarkably delectable salad with almonds or shards of oranges

Tea sandwiches and sweet breads on tiered trays

Traditional scones and darling crumpets with Devonshire creme

Sweet or salty surprises

Hot tea with cozy

Prices vary per person.

 

Scuttlebutt and Crew Tea (for the gents too!)

Sparkling white grape cider in champagne glasses

Vegetable or fruit based creme soups served in vessels or demitasse cups

Fresh fruit in season

Extravagant hor dourves

Quintessential Quiche

A remarkably delectable salad with almonds or shards of oranges

Tea sandwiches and sweet breads on tiered trays

Traditional scones and darling crumpets with Devonshire creme

Sweet or salty surprises

Hot tea with cozy

Prices vary per person

 

High Tea "A Culinary Delight" From The  1930s and 1940's

Sparkling white grape cider in champagne glasses

Vegetable or fruit based creme soups served in vessels or demitasse cups

Fresh fruit in season to include chocolate dipped fruits

Extravagant hor dourves

Quintessential Quiche

A selection of cheeses

A remarkably delectable salad with almonds or shards of oranges

Tea sandwiches and sweet breads on tiered trays

Traditional scones and darling crumpets with Devonshire creme

Sweet or salty surprises

Hot tea with cozy

Prices vary per person

 

Please add tax and gratuity to any total

 

Each item is especially selected and catered for you, and a party of four or more is required unless we have another tea scheduled for the same time. The Bungalow is delighted to consider special requests.


Our traditional catered teas above may include alternate delicacies as to availability including bakery creme puffs, eclairs, quiche, Devonshire creme, assorted tea sandwiches, to include the timeless favorite cucumber petite sandwiches,...a crowd pleasing favorite to be most certain.

*Quite The Stir Bungalow 

"Exclusive Guest Lodging with Bed and Breakfast Amenities"

Bungalow Tea Room 

Long term and short term lodging available year round

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