Celebrating Afternoon Tea Week!

Tuesday, August 11th to Friday, August 14th. 

Join us for Cream Tea sittings,

by reservation only.

Three sittings daily:

1 pm, 2 pm, & 3 pm

Tuesday, August 11th,


Friday, August 14th.

Reserve your spot :

info @ the art of cake .ca 

$20 per person

1 pot of tea per person,

2 scones per person with

house-made clotted cream and preserves. 

Being Covid conscious, tables are limited to dining room only with a maximum of 10 people seated in the room during the allotted time frame.

Sittings will be 50 minutes to allow time between for proper sanitizing and cleaning. 

Reservations minimum 2,

maximum 4.  

Reserve your spot :

info @ the art of cake .ca  

History of Afternoon Tea Week


Afternoon Tea Week was established to help secure a tradition that has graced British afternoons since the 1840’s. In those days, dinner often wasn’t served until 8pm, and lunch wasn’t actually a thing, so what was a hungry person to do? Create a new mini-meal in the middle of the day of course!


This simple afternoon meal grew into a social event, especially for those who spent their lives in the upper echelons of the day’s society. This became even more prominent once Queen Victoria herself took part in this tradition. At that point the concept of the ‘tea reception’ was born, lavish and fancy afternoon repasts that could host anywhere from a close collection of friends to a couple hundred of society’s most important faces.


We think it timely to breathe more life into this tradition. Let's encourage meaningful connections, even if it's across the table from each other. 


But what is Cream Tea?


A cream tea (also known as a Devon cream tea, Devonshire tea, or Cornish cream tea) is a form of afternoon tea light meal, consisting of tea taken with a combination of scones, clotted cream and jam. 

info via daysoftheweek

11811 105 AVE 

Edmonton, Alberta T5H0L9

Call: 780-441-1339

Mail: info@theartofcake.ca

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