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Times are changing at the Wenham Tea House

Chris Keohane, manager of The Wenham Tea House, talks with customers Teresa and Richard DeVirgilio of Middleton during a recent visit. Below, pastry and other brunch and dinner  items.
Chris Keohane, manager of The Wenham Tea House, talks with customers Teresa and Richard DeVirgilio of Middleton during a recent visit. Below, pastry and other brunch and dinner items.Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff

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The wait staff still wears white gloves when serve afternoon tea at the Wendham Tea House. And the sunny, old-fashioned dining room looks much as it always did—from the shingles on the wall to the prosperous-looking clientele.

But the restaurant obtained a liquor license last year, and the Friday night, fixed-price dinners have become as trendy as a Boston bistro’s.

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