Windsor also offers a children’s tea ($9) – a cucumber or peanut butter and jelly sandwich, tea or hot chocolate, a scone, and the mini-sweet of the day. There are gluten-free menu items like the crustless quiche, soups, macaroons, and egg salad.
McColgan admits she didn’t always like tea. “My husband’s Irish, and I grew up in an Italian family where coffee and espresso were served after dinner,” she said. A childhood sampling of tea did not impress her.
Years later, she tried preparing tea “the proper way,” using spring water, measuring the leaves, and timing the steeping. It was a revelation, she said. “I realized how delicious it was.”