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A few weeks ago, I had the chance to visit with a girlfriend, Heather, whom you will remember from Mad Hatter Tea Party and my birthday celebrations.
We were banking on a cool afternoon so afternoon tea was on the agenda. However, LA has a fickle way of changing its mind and the sun was shining bright and high in the sky. So a last-minute change of plans saw us meeting up at Champagne Bakery Cafe in Westlake Village at the Promenade.
The Champagne Bakery Cafe is a chain in Southern California offering the charm of European street cafes with both indoor and outdoor seating areas.
The real treasure at the Cafe has to be their glorious desserts – many coming in petite sizes that allow one to enjoy a treat without feeling too guilty.
I chose the petit lemon tart and a tall glass of green tea while Heather went for her favorite, the curant scone, with some freshly squeezed lemonade.
We were both happy with our choices. The lemon tart was scrumptious and perfectly tart, fresh and flavorful. Yum, yum.
With all the glorious Southern California weather we’ve been having, places like Champagne Bakery Cafe are must-visit places where you can get everything from a full meal to a tasty afternoon treat as we did. So grab your girlfriends – or boyfriends – and enjoy some yummies, laughs and glorious sunshine.
Address: 180 Promenade Way, Ste. 1, Thousand Oaks, California