Grandmas Tea House and Crochet (Aguascalientes)
I’ve got a fascination with houses that are turned into businesses ever since I was a child. The northern part of the city of Aguascalientes (in particular the Bosques neighbourhood) is filled with these. I recently went with a colleague to visit Grandmas Tea House and Crochet, which is located in a converted large house in the northern side of Aguascalientes.
What makes Grandmas Tea House and Crochet very unique is that it’s not only a tea room. It also sells knitting supplies and they offer lessons. Yes, literally. Like you were asking your grandma for advice on knitting. Or as though you wanted to bring your grandma here to have tea and knit.
I found the rooms spacious, was delighted at the quirky display of knitting supplies (yarn, needles, everything). I also found out my colleague does know how to knit (several men I know DO know how to knit, now that I come to think about it).
I just couldn’t get over the yarn supplies. Seriously, this is a fantastic place to learn how to knit (something I don’t know how to do to this day).
There is a number of quirky mementos here all related to knitting.
Overall, a nice place where to bring people for tea and cookies, and maybe learn to knit. I had a juice and my friend had a coffee, and overall, the experience was super sweet. Next time I come I need to check out the knitting lessons.
Disclosure:As always, I paid my dinner off of my own pocket. I did not get any special treatment nor any freebies