The courtyard within the Holiday House had an amazing tent set up to accomodate a café for Moscow 57. Moscow 57 is a NYC-based hospitality and entertainment company founded by Ellen Kaye whose family owned The Russian Tea Room from 1947-1996. I met Seth Goldman, who is not only the Chef, but Co-Owner of Moscow 57.
Tea is served daily between the hours of 3 PM -5 PM and costs $15. This is what you get: One M57 Tea Pot, three M57 tea sandwiches and two M57 Sweet Bites. Here's what I chose:
The Ruby Slipper (tisane)
Tarragon Chicken Salad on Multi-Grain Bread, Deviled Egg Salad on Whole Wheat Bread and Iris's Scottish Smoked Salmon with Dill Sour Cream and Cucumber on Black Bread.
And then the M57 Russian Honey Cake made by Debra Markowitz and Cranberry Scone. Everything was absolutely delicious! I forgot to photograph the sweets, but take my word for it, they were good. Great price and amazing ambiance, it doesn't get any better than this.