Thursday, April 04, 2013

Sibling Rivalry in Boston's South End Has Closed

A New American restaurant in the South End of Boston has closed its doors after being in business for nearly 10 years.

According to one of our readers (and confirmed by Adam from the Boston Hospitality and Tourism Industry Blog), Sibling Rivalry on Tremont Street is no longer in business, with a sign out front saying the place "officially" closed as of Tuesday, April 2. This comes on the heels of speculation from a number of sources that the dining spot had indeed shuttered (including a poster on the Chowhound site a few days ago).

Sibling Rivalry featured a mix of modern American items on its menu, including a sunchoke salad, braised short ribs, roasted cod, pressed duck, and braised chicken.

The address for this now-closed restaurant in the South End is: Sibling Rivalry, 525 Tremont Street, Boston, MA, 02116.

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Blogger John Anon said...

Sad but not surprising to me as a former employee. Chef David was amazing, the kitchen was as clean and professional as any I'd worked with, and the food was great; management was piss-poor and would have been overpaid at a nickel an hour.

12:05 PM  
Blogger Matt Whitermore said...

Not surprising at all. This place sucked. Terrible service. Food was terrible for the price. If you want good food in the South End go to Kitchen. I'm glad this place closed.

3:35 PM  

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