As somewhat of a history buff, I decided to research each of Henry VIII's six wives and developed an original menu featuring modern-day fine foods.
The logo evokes two columns of a castle or building joined together with a fork. Although the Renaissance was a period characterized by ornate styles, I decided on modern imagery to appeal to contemporary audiences. 
Anne Boleyn's course is inspired by the Palace of Mechelen (roughly present-day Netherlands), where she spent time at court as a maid of honor. Henry VIII was born in Greenwich Palace, also known as the Palace of Placentia, and features a palate cleanser for guests to explore British honeys. 
Lifestyle brand components: seasonal offerings, black tableware, velvet and leather, semi-formal attire, old books, and the Tudor rose. 

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