Monday, July 12, 2021

Chef Ronsky's at The Street in Chestnut Hill Has Apparently Closed

An Italian dining spot a few miles west of Boston that was run by a James Beard Award winner appears to have shut down.

According to a message sent from Adam Gaffin of Universal Hub, Chef Ronsky's at The Street in Chestnut Hill has its windows papered over and is apparently no longer in business, with a check on the website for the shopping center indicating that the page for the dining spot has been removed. The person behind the restaurant is Ron Suhanosky, who had been one of the founders of Sfoglia, a high-end Italian restaurant in New York's Upper West Side along with a location on Nantucket that is no longer in operation; Suhanosky also received a James Beard Award in 2010 for his cookbook Pasta Sfoglia.

Chef Ronsky's had formerly been called Ronsky's at The Street in Chestnut Hill, and it actually started out as a popup within the shopping center.

by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)

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