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Where Are We Drinking? Clue: This Isn't English Tea Service

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When you think of "tea service," you probably think of high English or afternoon tea. But at this newly opened place in the heart of Chinatown, you'll find something other than crumpets or cucumber sandwiches to take with your tea service. This spot is open until 2 a.m. serving everything from cocktails to oxtail soup and som tam.

Think you know where we're drinking this week? Leave your best guess below.

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