Perhaps best known for its all-you-can-eat chocolate buffet, the Langham Hotel's Boston location will soon reveal a new place to eat as part of a $6 million renovation of the 6,000-square-foot lobby, according to a press release. The renovation, which is set to be completed around Labor Day, includes "a dramatic new entrance, reception area and dining enclave to complement the existing architecture." The dining "enclave" will be a champagne lounge called The Reserve, featuring light bites and a traditional English tea service, one of a handful of tea services in town. Apparently this one will be the first Boston tea service "in partnership with the esteemed Wedgwood collection," though. Other places to attend tea service include the Mandarin Oriental, Rowes Wharf Sea Grille, and the Taj.
The Reserve's menu will include dishes such as gazpacho andaluz, mozzarella pearls with organic tomatoes, and flourless manjari chocolate cake, and of course, there will be plenty of champagne.
The Langham currently has two other places to eat: Café Fleuri (the setting of the chocolate buffet) and BOND Restaurant and Lounge.