A Historic Meeting Place
Founded in 1972
Together, we are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The Global Coronavirus Pandemic is affecting all our families, our businesses, our communities, and our way of life.
Our hearts go out to anyone who has been impacted by the virus, either directly or indirectly. Our thoughts are especially with those who are sick, to whom we extend our heartfelt wishes for a full recovery. And we are truly inspired by the selfless healthcare workers, truck drivers, Grocery store Representatives and everyone local and state emergency services. We are making every effort to protect our employees and their families during these unforeseen times. We have made the decision to relocate all our employees to their homes to work and have stopped all volunteering and building activities. Hopefully, this is a temporary situation, and everything will get better.
Georgette’s Tea Room House opened in 1940 as a guest house and meeting spot for Black entertainers and community activists. The two-story building with thirteen rooms and 4,100 square-foot house would serve breakfast, lunch, tea and boarding to visitors and guests. It is remembered as a significant meeting place for Miami’s Black cultural community.
A non-profit organization
to help bring a positive change.
The generosity of donors and volunteers helps make the work of Georgette's Tea Room House possible.
16000 Pines Blvd, Suite 5402, Pembroke Pines, FL 33082