Destination Tea: Four Seasons Atlanta, Park 75

Where:  Midtown, Atlanta, GA
Style:  Elegant Traditional
Tea Selection:  11 loose leaf teas and tisanes by Rishi
Teatimes:  Saturday 12-3:30, **for parties of 10 or more**
Reservations:  24-hour notice
Contact:  404-253-3840
Cost:  $60 Celebration Tea; $50 Afternoon Tea; $15 Children’s Tea
Destination Tea Tips:  Bring cash to tip the valet and be sure to ask your server to validate your ticket.

**Photography Note: If these pictures seem more fabulous than usual, it’s because they are, thanks to the artistic talents of my good friend and amazing photographer Michael Bradley.**

Destination Tea Notes:  While the Four Seasons Atlanta is chic and lovely inside, it does not rest on its ambiance laurels, but rather follows through with on-point baking, creative twists on the traditional, and knowledgeable service. By the end of our visit, Michael had dubbed our server a “teatender,” a title she fully earned by presenting the table with a grand finale tasting of her personal wellness blend, which had the instant effect of making us breathe clearer. The Four Seasons’ pastry chefs change the menu seasonally and were graciously accommodating of food allergies in our group.

The foyer’s grand staircase leads you to Park 75 restaurant, where tea is served.
Our table sat in a quiet, enclosed room opposite the restaurant bar.

Tea Service

Each guest chooses one tea and may choose another later in the meal.
Tea is served in individual French presses. My peach blossom white tea was so fragrant, I was savoring its taste before my first sip!

Scones & Spreads, Savories and Sweets

The afternoon tea tray offerings are plentiful and pretty.
It may be in poor taste to ask to take home unfinished spreads, but I just couldn’t stand to see these gourmet delicacies go to waste: housemade lemon custard, chantilly cream and peach chutney. SO good!
Southern shortcake scones were the right amount of soft and moist without being cakey.
Tea sandwiches included cucumber with watercress, curry chicken salad (a favorite), ham with honey mustard (very good) and egg salad with truffle mayonnaise.
Desserts included fruit tart, banana chocolate truffle,espresso macaron, raspberry butter cookie, raspberry tea cake and chocolate-dipped strawberry. Decadent!
Tea Voyageuse, discovering the world of afternoon tea, based in Atlanta, Georgia.


    1. Thank you birthday girl! This brings Destination Tea full circle, because a pic of you at the Four Seasons is one of our profile pics on social media. Miss you!

  1. Everything looks so scrumptious! What an elegant looking environment too! Also kudos to the wonderfully clear pictures which does the menu justice.

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