The wait is almost over.

MarTeres Tea Room in Hudson will be reopening and serving up their delicious fare to the public beginning on Thursday, November 11.  Their hours will be from 11-2, Tuesday through Friday.  Reservations are already being taken.

The new owner of MarTeres, Shan Mathis, has been keeping excited customers up to date with the progress of the reopening via their Facebook Page.  As far as the menu is concerned, patrons that enjoyed all the great offerings in the past will be pleased to know that the menu will stay the same and that you will still get all the same great recipes.

That being said, we were able to get a scoop on the newly printed menus, and perhaps a new offering, or two.  Pictures of those new menus are located a little later in this post.

Earlier this year, in a post on eatery's Facebook Page, original owners Margaret and Teresa passed along the sad news that they would closing the restaurants as of June 18.  But, just a couple months later, it was revealed that Shan Mathis would re-open the business and keep everything as close to the original as possible.

As mentioned, MarTeres will open their doors to the public again on November 11, however, they will be having an invitation only 'soft opening' on Thursday, November 4.  We here at KICKS 105 were also fortunate enough to be offered a table for this November 4th event...and we'd love for you to be our guests.

One winner will be chosen from our KICKS 105 App, and that winner will get to invite 2 other friends to join us at our KICKS 105 Table at MarTeres at 1 pm on Thursday, November 4.  Just download our KICKS 105 App, click the 'Chat with Us' icon, and then just send us your name and email address to be in the drawing.   We will draw for the winner on Wednesday morning at 9:50 on the Merrell in the Morning Show.

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Good luck!  We can't wait to have some Almond Tea!

MarTeres Menu

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