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The San Francisco Bay Area British and Irish Social Club Message Board › Dickens Fair Reservations for Tea or food???

Dickens Fair Reservations for Tea or food???

Sylvia
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Group Organizer
San Francisco, CA
If anyone wants to book Tea please do so by going onto the link below. Otherwise, we could either eat as a group at one of the establishments below.  First 3 are actual sitdown places to eat and make reservations at, rest are carts or booths to buy food and sit in the open seating area.  Your choice.

Sylvia

 





Roasting Beef Inne (Jim Turner) Sumptuous French-dipped roast beef with real mash & gravy! Bread pudding and delicious crepes! Or how about a steak & potato pasty with an exotic Thai iced tea? There is something for everyone!






 









The Tippling Toad (Patrick Morris) Delicious full meals, including turkey, duck, and chicken platters, with all the sides and extras. A Christmas favorite. Don't forget the pumpkin pie!

A private dining parlour (shown at right) may be reserved for a special sit-down feast. There are two seatings a day, at 2:00 and 4:00; included in the reservation is a ticket for the French Postcards Review. Advance reservations are recommended, and can be made either at the counter or in advance by emailing thetipplingtoad@gmail.com[/url].








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Cuthbert's Tea Shoppe (Sue Honor) Come enjoy a fine cup of tea at Cuthbert's Tea Shoppe. Exquisite scones, scrumptious desserts, and tasty tea sandwiches cheerfully provided in a charming tea shop atmosphere. High Tea served every day at 4 p.m., with reservations required. Due to public demand, we are now offering on-line reservations so patrons of the Fair can make a reservation for tea in advance of their visit. To make a reservation online, visit www.cuthbertsteashoppe.com­. Reservations can also be made directly at Cuthbert's at the Fair.





 


 



 









Maclaren's Cookies & Milk (Andrew Patterson) Fresh-baked warm Cookies and Ice Cold Milk. A holiday favorite!





 





Mr. Barker's Bangers (Valerie Taylor) Banger sausages (mild and hot & spicy) with grilled onions or sauerkraut, smoked bratwurst sausages, bangers and mash plates, as well as gourmet French onion soup and iced tea.






 









 

Heritage Meat Pies (Marlene Haggard) Traditional steak, chicken, and sausage pies; Shepherd and Cottage pies, Cornish pasties; and Scones with strawberries and cream.

 





 










HMS Fish & Chips (Art & Cookie Napala) Traditional English fish and chips, oysters, and calamari, as well as hot New England Clam Chowder.





 


 



 





 



 





  





  



 





 

 

 





 



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Four Traditional Pubs & the Bohemian Absinthe Bar








Serving draft ales, wine, and champagne, hot buttered rum, Irish coffee, hot spiced mead, hot mulled wine, and hot toddies, as well as sodas and other cold drinks.


  • The Leather Bottle in Jingle's Gate
  • The Prince Edward Pub in Pickwick Place
  • The 3 Cripples Inn in Cratchit's Yard
  • The Bohemian Absinthe Bar in Fagin's Alley
  • Mad Sal's Dockside Inn in Ale House Alley

 





 
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