Monday, January 28, 2013

Sel de la Terre in the Back Bay of Boston Has Closed

Last spring we reported that one of a trio of three French restaurants in the Boston area had closed its doors. Now we have learned that a second location has shuttered as well.

Eater Boston is reporting that Sel de la Terre on Boylston Street in Boston's Back Bay has closed down, with a rep for the restaurant saying that their Natick location will remain open. The Natick restaurant is now the only branch of Sel de la Terre still in business, as their Long Wharf location closed in April of 2011. The person behind the French eatery is Frank McClelland, who also owns L'Espalier in the Back Bay as well as  the Back Bay's Au Soleil Catering and Apple Street Farm in Essex.

The address for this now-closed restaurant is: Sel de la Terre, 774 Boylston Street, Boston, MA, 02199. The website for the Natick location can be found at

[Earlier Article]
Sel de la Terre at Boston's Long Wharf to Close; New Restaurant to Take Over Space

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