A Historic Meeting Place
Founded in 1972
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.
16000 Pines Blvd, Suite 5402, Pembroke Pines, FL 33082