Dee Veltum and I went to Madame Hatter’s Tea Room in Bonner Springs for lunch. Didn’t even know there was a Tea Room in Bonner Springs! There were decorated umbrellas hanging from the ceiling, nice layered laced table covers on the large tables and hats and tea pots every where. We had the chicken salad on croissant, cold strawberry soup, broccoli salad (Dee) and a fresh greens salad with home-made dressing (me). For dessert Dee had the Death by Chocolate cake and I had a slice of buttermilk pie. The pie had a very different crust it was very good. Afterwards we stopped at the marble factory. The owner was doing the demo and it was a very boring demo. Of course, it was towards the end of his day so maybe he was just tired.

2010 07 27 Madame Hatter's Tea Room front

2010 07 27 Madame Hatter's Tea Room Bonner Springs Dee Veltum

2010 07 27 Madame Hatter's Tea Room Bonner Springs

2010 07 27 Madame Hatter's Tea Room tables 2

2010 07 27 Madame Hatter's Tea Room tables

There was an area where you could put on hats and wear them while you had lunch. We didn’t discover this until after lunch so will have to try them another time.

2010 07 27 Madame Hatter's Tea Room hat area

2010 07 27 Madame Hatter's Tea Room Bonnner Springs hats

2010 07 27 Madame Hatter's Tea Room Bonner Springs hats