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The Chesterfield, 363 Cocoanut Row, 659-5800; chesterfieldpb.com: There's a veddy British ambience, with a cigar room and high-tea service, at this mainstay with 52 rooms and suites.
For Hanna, the tea service is a celebration of his English heritage with a modern twist.
Images of tea service appear repeatedly, a local custom absorbed after British colonialism.
Here Skin is sorely tempted by an Art Deco silver tea service, but the dealer isn’t too flexible on the price (750 euros, not so cheap) and is also trying to foist upon us a tray the clearly does not match.
Afternoon tea service began in the United Kingdom in the mid-1800s, and has been evolving ever since.
At Vespertine, chef Jordan Kahn’s new otherworldly Culver City restaurant, a meal for two with wine pairings and tea service costs around $1,200 — roughly as much as a pair of orchestra seats for Hamilton at the Pantages.
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