St. Philip’s Church, Charleston, is holding their Tea Room, offering daily lowcountry lunch and delicious desserts, April 3 - 7, 2017. The Tea Room, which will be open 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., is located in the Parish Hall, at the corner of Church and Cumberland Streets in downtown Charleston.
Lowcountry luncheon favorites will return, such as "Charleston Receipts" okra soup, classic chicken salad and shrimp salad. Desserts, made by parishioners, include Hummingbird Cake, Grand Marnier Cheesecake and Huguenot Torte as well as a wide variety of other options.
Guests may dine outside in the beautiful courtyard or on the Parish Hall’s veranda. The Parish Hall will also have plenty of indoor seating with live piano music to enjoy during lunch. In addition to in-house dining, patrons pressed for time will have the opportunity to place take out orders with delivery provided to downtown locations. To place a takeout order, call (843) 722-7291.
Throughout the week, homemade items, baked goods and St. Philip's souvenirs will be sold in the Tea Room gift shop, and the sanctuary and grounds of the church will be open for tours. Proceeds from the Tea Room benefit St. Philip's foreign and home missions, St. Philip's choirs, and junior and senior high youth ministries. For more information, please call (843) 722-7734.