A centuries-old tradition of afternoon tea endures at the Porter-Phelps-Huntington Museum with “A Perfect Spot of Tea” summer series beginning Saturday, July 2nd with musical guests The Pikeys.
The Pikeys have many musical talents to their name, as well as a shared propensity to travel. Hailing from Scotland, Ireland, England, and the United States, the group performs a wide repertoire of songs, mixing traditional Irish and Scottish music. Their set ranges from instrumentals to ballads, ensuring a rich and diverse musical experience. The group consists of Patrick Fyfe on guitar and Celtic mandolin, Fred Higgins on fiddle, guitar, and vocals, Rose Higgins on concertina, and Phil Grant on mandolin.
“A Perfect Spot of Tea” also features delicious pastries donated by local businesses, attentive service, and, of course, plenty of Earl Grey tea. For an additional fee, guests may also tour the Porter-Phelps-Huntington House Museum.