Make Your Easter as Easy as Pie
Choose from the following for $9.95 each:
Fresh Strawberry * Strawberry Rhubarb * Lemon Meringue * Key Lime * Coconut Meringue * Pecan * Apple * Cherry
Tour the Atrium Cafe
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Café Hours: Monday-Saturday 10-4:30; Sunday 11-3
The Atrium Café is located in the Little Traveler in the peaceful setting of an indoor atrium. The menu ranges from traditional tea sandwiches to innovative new wraps, burgers, and desserts. Check with your server about specials, including quiches and soups that change daily. Any sandwich can now be made gluten-free. Just ask your waiter.
NEW! Diet-friendly specials! Delicious meals at only 7-8 points.
On Thursdays and Saturdays, the Café serves a traditional three course English Afternoon Tea from 2-4:30 pm, complete with scones and a selection of teas. 24 hour advanced reservations are required. With a party of 10 or more, you can schedule a tea at any time during business hours.
Don’t miss Sunday Brunch, served from 11am – 3pm on Sundays. The creative menu includes savory entrees, like Crabcake Benedict, as well as sweet, like Banananutella Crepes. All entrees are served with a cinnamon roll, 2 slices of hickory smoked bacon, and three-cheesy hashbrown potatoes.
The Atrium Café also plays host to private parties for celebrating life’s special events, such as wedding and baby showers and important birthdays. We can accommodate groups of up to 50 and are happy to create custom menus. Call the store or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to begin planning.
In the early days of The Little Traveler, Kate Raftery, the store’s founder, invited her “Carriage Trade” friends from the North Shore to come to Geneva for the day. Most of them were driven by their chauffeurs. While the ladies dined amidst the splendor of Kate’s latest acquisitions from Europe and the Orient, their drivers were served simple fare of homemade sandwiches, soups, and pies made by Swedish cooks in The Atrium Café. Over the years, these recipes developed a following of their own, and the Atium Café has grown to be an important part of The Little Traveler experience.