Monday, November 20, 2023

Frank in Beverly Has Closed Permanently; DeVille Cafe & Market to Open in Its Space

A few months ago, it was reported that a North Shore dining spot with a well-known local restaurateur behind it had shuttered, and it wasn't know what the future held for the place. Now we have learned that it has closed for good, though a new location just north of Boston is now open--and a new spot will take over its original space.

According to an Instagram post from the business, the Beverly location of Frank is now closed, with the post saying the following:

While it was our hope to reorganize behind the scenes and reopen our Beverly restaurant alongside our new location in Assembly Row, we were not able to do so. Our former Beverly spot is now in new and capable hands and we'll let them make an announcement when they are ready. Last week, we opened the doors of FRANK at 400 Assembly Row in Somerville. All FRANK gift cards from Beverly will be accepted here.

A post on Threads from johnhall143 indicates (via The Salem News) that DeVille Cafe & Market is the new spot that is getting ready to open in the former Frank space in Beverly, and it will offer breakfast items, grab-and-go lunch and dinner options, prepared foods, and more. The article also says that a restaurant and bar from the people behind the business (Annika Firestone and Alex Weatherup) is slated to open in the space as well, with that coming early next year.

The Beverly location of Frank suddenly closed in August after being in business since 2019, a year after owner Frank McClelland closed L'Espalier in the Back Bay of Boston

The address for the now-closed Frank (and upcoming DeVille Cafe & Market) in Beverly is 110 Rantoul Street, Beverly, MA, 01915. The website DeVille Cafe & Market is at while the website for the Assembly Row location of Frank is at 

[Earlier Articles]
Frank in Beverly Has Closed for the Time Being; Future of Restaurant Unknown
Frank Has Soft-Opened at Assembly Row in Somerville

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[More restaurant openings/closings from the Boston's Hidden Restaurants site): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]