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Maine Tea Rooms

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Maine State Tea Room Gallery, in alphabetical order by name of city or town.

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Dry Mills

Chunking Tea Room, Dry-Mills, Maine, exterior, RPPC postcard front, 1950s.
Chunking Tea Room, Dry-Mills, Maine, exterior, RPPC postcard back, 1950s.

Eustis

Cathedral Pines Tea Room, Eustis, Maine, exterior, RPPC postcard front. This extremely rustic tea room, with its amateur signage and lovingly-tended front flower garden, takes its name from the Cathedral Pines wilderness area. Note the twin lightning rods mounted on the roof and the old Bell Telephone Long Distance Service sign mounted on a pine tree.

Kennebunkport

The Old Grist Mill Tea Room, Kennebunkport, Maine, exterior, postcard front. Here is a prime example of the New England (and British Commonwealth) inclination to repurpose old buildings as cunning tea rooms. There are many tea rooms in old barns and granaries, and quite a few, like this one, inside old grist mills ... which is why it is called The Old Grist Mill Tea Room.

Winthrop

Fernwood Cottage Tea Room, Winthrop, Maine, exterior, RPPC postcard front, 1920s.

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