New owners reopen Marysville tea shop

Attic Secrets re-grand opening is here! Many hours, sweat, blood and tears have gone into the re-vitalization of this iconic and beloved cafe in the heart of Marysville in its 30th anniversary year no less. We are so excited to invite everyone to see the enhancements that have made and opening our doors on May 5! Our new hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday; closed on Monday and Tuesday. Reservations are available now by calling 360-659-7305.

All of your favorites are still here along with the quaint tearoom and family atmosphere you are accustomed to, while being able to experience a different adventure in each of our five rooms! Check out some pictures online at, on facebook @atticsecrets, or through Google Maps. Instagram and Twitter are on the way. You may also reach out at or give us a call at the number above for any questions, options or availability.

Thank you to all of our patrons past, present and future that have shown us such amazing support, patience and understanding through these times. Can’t wait to see you all soon. A special thank you and heartfelt moment in remembrance of our beloved Carol who we know is looking down on us now smiling that beautiful smile and rooting us on. We miss you and will never forget what wonderful memories and conversations you brought to our little corner of this world.

Bridget and Khara

Attic Secrets Cafe & Tea


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