Bypass the big city hotels and head to Rosemary for a down-to-earth meal and high tea experience at the Little Teapot Cafe.


Located approximately 30 km northwest of Brooks, many make the trip to Rosemary for a visit to the Little Teapot Cafe. Their menu includes homemade daily specials, including sandwiches filled with house-carved meats (including pork from nearby Spragg’s meat shop) on homemade bread and a variety of baking and treats made the old-fashioned way.


High Tea is offered at 2 p.m. by appointment, for $29.95 per person. The delectable affair includes coffee or tea and a three-tiered spread of sandwiches, quiches and sausage rolls, scones, cream, jam and baking. Choose from a broad selection of loose organic teas.


From there, head out on Rosemary’s historic walking trail, or borrow disc golf equipment from the bakery ($10 deposit) for a spin on the village’s disc golf course.


Opt to stay overnight in the full-service campground, giving more time to explore the nearby region, including Dinosaur Provincial Park, located just 40 minutes away.