The Teapot Depot

Tearoom, Gift Shop, & Boutique in Highlands, Texas

Services

Our lunch services include walk-ins, reservations, call-ahead ordering, and carry out.

We also offer the following services!
  • Events Venue (see Events below)
  • Breakfast & Lunch Deliveries
  • Boxed Lunch Deliveries
  • Party Food Trays
  • Family Style Casseroles & Vegetables
  • Bereavement Deliveries
  • Tea Sets & Tea Books
  • Gift Cards
  • Willow Tree
  • Candles
  • Jewelry
  • And much more!

Events

The Teapot Depot can serve as a venue for your special events!

  • Graduation Parties
  • Bridal/Baby Shower Luncheons
  • Bunco/Game Night Reservations
  • Birthday Celebrations
  • Friendship Celebrations
  • And more!

Contact Us!

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Of course, the best way to contact us is by picking up the phone and calling us!

281.426.3670

(fax) 281.426.6755

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Address

112 Denny Street
Highlands, TX 77562
281.426.3670

Hours of Service

  • We are open Monday through Saturday:
  • Lunch Dining 10:30 am - 2 pm
  • Gift Shop 10 am - 2:30 pm

Directions

We are located 20 miles east of downtown Houston, just off I-10. Take exit 787, then go north towards Highlands for 1.7 miles where you will find Denny Street immediately after the train tracks.

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About

The Teapot Depot is a charming tearoom nestled just one turn off the main road in Highlands, Texas. We serve lunch and tea, and our gift shop holds many treasures for you to discover! Walk-ins, call-ahead ordering, carry-out, and delivery requests are all welcome here. We also offer event services such as bridal, graduation, game nights, and many more.

Our History

We first opened our doors in 1992 as the realized dream of The Teapot Depot's founder, Wanda Asbeck. Mrs. Asbeck had created a delightful and endearing tearoom atmosphere by renovating a 1950s house with much care and attention to detail, and that house became the tearoom that still has its doors open today.

In 1996, Debbie Langham joined The Teapot Depot, becoming its manager, and in 2002 Mrs. Asbeck passed on ownership of the tearoom to Debbie. Over the years, the tearoom has seen many wonderful customers and has undergone many improvements, and Debbie continues to uphold that integrity of charm and delight that The Teapot Depot is known for.