They landed at Westminster Bridge and went to a tearoom for tea.
You know the tearoom brand of waitress maybe, and how distant they can be?
So with a word to her mother she groped her way through the dark gallery across the corridor toward a tearoom.
There's the prettiest girl in the tearoom, and maybe you know her.
Sometimes they are called "caves," occasionally "tearoom cabals."
Then they had tea at Sant' Ortes' tearoom, and then Peter went home.
Books were stored in two Ministers' rooms, the ladies' tearoom, and two committee rooms.
They left for the tearoom, while Helene still laughed to herself over certain subtle possibilities which she saw in the situation.
Soon Paul slipped down from the cushioned corner of a sofa, and went downstairs into the tearoom to be ready for Florence.
To play or perform: The musicians began to tear off a La Conga (1940s+)