Mary celebrates special moments in women’s life with her famous High Tea parties. She believes in great catch ups with your girlfriends or grandma over the timeless tradition of High Tea.
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Mary's famous High Tea experience gets reviewed by the team from Weekend Notes.
A new High Tea venue opens in Montrose - here's our journey so far.
Mary Eats Cake owners, Sarah & Jess, dreamed up this High Tea heaven complete with flower crowns, champagne, cake, vintage tea ware, artisan teas and flowers.
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She knows what makes a great High Tea experience. Find out the verdict on Mary here.
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The Mary Eats Cake throne is a joint throne with each woman weaving their own intricate narrative of knowledge, experience and an unwavering passion for the celebration of High Tea.
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