The Wenham Tea House Is Open Once Again
A bit more than a year ago, it was reported that an iconic North Shore spot was planning to open back up under new ownership, and now we have learned that it is up and running once again.
According to an article from Wicked Local and the Herald Citizen, The Wenham Tea House has opened back up, with the Monument Steet spot now offering dinner for the first time, while lunch, brunch, and afternoon tea continue to be offered–and a gift shop and clothing store are also part of the space. As reported earlier, the tea house shut down in 2020, but several months later it was learned that the place would reopen, with industry veterans Brenden Crocker and Milissa Oraibi being the new owners of the business. (The Wenham Village Improvement Society owns the site and rents it out to Crocker and Oraibi.)
The Wenham Tea House dates back to 1912, originally as “a women’s exchange to provide an outlet for local homeworker goods and a cozy place for the townspeople to gather.”
The address for the Wenham Tea House is 4 Monument Street, Wenham, MA, 01984. Its website can be found at https://www.wenhamteahouse.com/