The Home Depot

(800) 504-9128

2206 Eighth Ave S, Nashville, TN | Directions   37204

36.129827 -86.778134

Open Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

English, $, Hidden Find  more

More Tags: Lunch Spot, Special Occasion Dining

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Woodland in Waverly


From The Owners of The Home Depot

A restored bungalow offers lunch, afternoon tea and a gift shop with hundreds of specialty tea cups and teapots.

Reviews for The Home Depot

over a year ago

Best food for Foodies and HG's – I really love eating at home is truly a 5 star experience. Who would of thought you could eat here? I know I didn't...but sure enough we had a fantastic dinner. I had a bunch of nails on a 2''X4" plank. YumYum!

My wife had tapcon screws stir-fried in caulk and fertilizer. Delicious!

over a year ago

Great place for a bridal shower! – My bridal shower was recently held at Savannah Tea House, and I couldn't have asked for anything better! When I entered the tea house, there was a shop full of teapots, cups, saucers, and tea for purchase. We had a room to ourselves (there were 12 of us, but it could accommodate more), and the service was gracious and prompt. The tea selection was extensive, and I chose a green tea called "Crime of Passion." It was delicious, and we were all able to drink our teas from the cup and saucer of our choosing. (everyone loved that part!) Some of us chose to wear the old-fashioned hats that adorn the back room. We had the full tea, which included the usual tea fare (but much more delicious than usual), in addition to a soup and quiche of our choice. I had the Tomato Bisque, and the Asparagus & Mushroom Quiche, which were both amazing. The finger sandwiches were fresh and filing, and served with fresh fruit and little desserts on a silver tiered tray. The scones were the best I've ever had- some tasted like Christmas cookies without the icing- yum! Just when we thought we were through, we were brought glass dishes of creamy cold sorbet. The whole event was relaxing and fun, and I highly recommend the Savannah Tea House!

over a year ago

Best afternoon tea, tea room, tea party venue in Nashville!!! – Nashville needed this!! Having grown up in Dallas and being raised as a young lady who went to afternoon tea with my mother at Lady Primrose there at least twice a week, moving to Nashville and finding that the lack of tea service here was quite disheartening. But then, after almost 2 years of living here, Savannah shows up and saves the day! The selection of teas is endless and scrumptious, the fact that you pick your own teacup and saucer is just too precious, and the ambience is completely relaxing and unpretentious. And then the food....the cream cheese scones are a first for me and I thought after our trips to England and all of our afternoon tea experiences in New York and Los Angeles as well as all across the South, we had tried every scone known to man. They are the perfect mixture of creamy, sweet, and a little salty. The service was catered to our every need and every time we've been in, we have just been amazed by the consistency in food, tea, service, and overall experience. They let us try a few different teas for no extra charge and just go above and beyond the call of regular service. I took my mother to a few afternoon teas here while I was travelling between L.A. and Nashville including the Hermitage and she was just incredibly disappointed. My mother complained when I moved from Los Angeles to Nashville that we would have no "real" place to have tea anymore and when I went to Savannah for the first time, I called her immediately and told her that now we have a home for afternoon tea. I am so grateful for such a lovely, quaint, tearoom with a delectable tea and lunch menu and an extensive tea menu and I can't recommend them highly enough! I recommend your next luncheon date, child's tea party, bridal shower, baby shower, daily lunch, or any other occasion take place at Savannah. Nashville is so lucky to have it!!

over a year ago

A restored bungalow offers lunch, afternoon tea and a gift shop with hundreds of specialty tea cups and teapots. – In Short
Teapots line shelves in the front room, surrounding visitors upon entering. The vibe is formal but friendly, with one main dining room and another adorned with hats and a "Gone With the Wind" cutout. The space fills quickly on weekdays with downtown workers. On Saturdays, mothers and daughters come to enjoy tea or celebrate special events. The lunch menu includes soups, salads and quiche; the afternoon tea menu includes finger sandwiches, scones and other pastries.


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