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Tea Room Cafe

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(5 Reviews)

316 Western Ave, Petaluma, CA 94952

(707) 765-0199

Today: 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
Tomorrow: 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
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General Info
Lively downtown cafe for full breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch, house made soups. Exceptional in-house bakery turns out signature scones, and daily specials, including gluten-free options. Full array of loose tea, locally roasted coffee and full espresso bar. Order at the counter with food & drinks delivered to your table. Local artwork on display. Great for families, smaller groups or dining alone, with a community table and outdoor sidewalk seating for you and your pooch. CASH ONLY -atm two blocks away, and walk-in only- no reservations accepted.
Regular Hours
Mon - Tue:
Thu - Fri:
Sat - Sun:
Extra Phones

Phone: (707) 971-7836

Primary Phone: (707) 971-7836

Phone: (707) 765-0179

Fax: (707) 765-0179

Payment method
cash, cash only, no credit cards
Price Range

Tea Room Café

Coffee Shops, American Restaurants, Caterers, Coffee & Espresso Restaurants, Coffee & Tea, Health Food Restaurants, Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Take Out Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: No

Good for Kids: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, American, Sandwiches, Coffee House, Take Out, Cafeterias, Healthy

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average


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Ashley F.


This is THE place to go for a ...

This is THE place to go for a fancier breakfast experience here in town... too bad everyone else in the world thinks so too.

Weekend mornings at TRC can get a little crazy. You order up at the counter, grab a number and then look desperately around for a table in the completely crowded restaurant. It can get a little nerve wracking, hoping that you will have a place to sit and eat your delicious meal, but generally the turnover is fairly quick and I haven't had a problem eventually finding a place to enjoy my meal.

Honestly, they do a FABULOUS job on their pancakes. Delicious and thick, dripping with butter and syrup, my mouth is watering as we speak. But for something a littl ebit different, I went with the smoked salmon on toast, stacked high with cucumbers and capers, delicious herbed cream cheese, tomatoes and onions. I got the double, thinking that the toast couldn't really be THAT big and I was hungry. Ha. Out came two slices of MONSTER homemade artisan bread, heaped with smoked salmon and all the fixin's. I'm a little embarassed to say I ate most of it, but it was DELICIOUS.

The other thing that I LOVE to just pop in a grab are their scones. Not the overly dense rocks that some places pass off as scones, but crunchy on the outside with a sugary glaze, while the inside is light and fluffy and delicious. Maple Scone? Oh YES PLEASE!!

I say if you're interested in trying this place, check it out on a weekday, or grab a simple pastry to go with one of their delicious lattes. Once you have the hang of it, come back and order something bigger... because it can be a little bit daunting if you don't know what to expect.



Great Breakfast..

Great Petaluma breakfast spot...Can get crowded on a nice weekend morning, but worht the wait...



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Breakfast without greasy potatoes

Nice job on the scrambles. Not your usual 3-hour overdone potatoes, and you can actually eat the bread. I think it was walnut. Coffe unremarkable though. Wouldn't it be great to have great coffee at a breakfast joint?



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Fantastic, interesting breakfasts!

The Tea Room has been a long time favorite of mine, and they always have something new and exciting on their menu. Lots of great pastries, interesting omlettes and frittatas. It's more or less self-serve, and always crowded on the weekends, but worth the wait.



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Hearty Fare

i really love this place. some of the things they serve though are a tad over-priced though. they do have a great tea selection as well as iced tea selections. i usually end up ordering a fritatta and some kind of dessert. last time i was there they had these monsterous coconut cupcakes with tons of gooey frosting. DIVINE!!