Nothing gets an Anglophile’s heart a-racing like the arrival of an authentic British tea shop in the Baltimore area.
If, like me, you’re addicted to the venerable British soap opera “EastEnders” — Hey, WETA-UK: Couldn’t you air the show more than twice a week? We’re 11 years behind the series in England — you positively yearn for a “sarnie” (slang for sandwich).
And if, like me, you’ve practically memorized every episode of the Britcom “Keeping Up Appearances,” you really could “murder a bacon butty” (a bacon sandwich with buttered bread or roll).
But you needn’t be a “nutter” like me to welcome Emma’s Tea Spot in Hamilton, which opened in late November. There should...