Volle Nolle in Boston's North End Is Open Once Again
A sandwich place in the North End of Boston that closed in September--and was replaced by a temporary restaurant--is open once again, and with a new concept.
Eater Boston is reporting that Volle Nolle has moved back into its old home on Hanover Street, taking over the space that the pop-up spot Whisk had been in for the past few months. (Whisk closed at the end of December and will eventually have a new home.) The article says that the revamped eatery is now open for dinner and features small plates and wine, with the restaurant's Facebook page showing such items as crispy cauliflower with raisins and pine nuts, squid ink pasta with scallops and clams, duck meatballs with Brussels sprouts, and a hanger steak.
It appears that Volle Nolle officially reopened on January 9.
The address for this reopened restaurant in the North End is: Volle Nolle, 351 Hanover Street, Boston, MA, 02113. Its website will be at http://www.vollenolle.com/