Volle Nolle in Boston's North End Is Closing
A North End restaurant that closed for a few months in late 2013 before reopening earlier this year is closing once again, and it looks like this time its closure will be permanent.
Boston Magazine is reporting that Volle Nolle on Hanover Street is closing sometime in December, with chef Sebastian Martinez going to the upcoming Korean restaurant Koy on North Street near Faneuil Hall and owner Torri Crowell "definitely moving on." Volle Nolle first opened in 2006 as a sandwich shop until closing last last year, only to reopen in January as a revamped restaurant featuring small plates and wine once the the temporary pop-up spot Whisk moved out of the space.
[November 13 update: NorthEndWaterfront.com states that Volle Nolle is now "closed for the season," based on a notice out front. It is not known whether this is a temporary closure before it closes for good next month (see above) or whether they decided to shut down early; as soon as we get more information on the exact status of the place, we will post another update here.]
The address for Volle Nolle is 351 Hanover Street, Boston, MA, 02113.
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