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774 Boylston St., Boston, MA, 02115
(617) 262-3023

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Restaurant Details
$$$$ ($50 and over)
Not Required
Jacket and tie most comfortable - but not required
Dinner daily 5:30-10:30 p.m. Lunch Mon-Fri 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Sat-Sun noon-1:45 p.m. Salon menu Sun-Thu 5-10:30 p.m. Fri-Sat 5-11:30 p.m. Tea Sat-Sun 1:30-3 p.m.
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774 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 262-3023
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June 6, 2012 - Boston.com - Devra First, Globe Staff

In 2008, L’Espalier moved from its cramped, romantic Gloucester Street brownstone to a modern space adjacent to the Mandarin Oriental hotel.

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(no rating) October 28, 2009 - Boston.com - Bella English, Globe Staff

Jiho Kim has an incorrigible sweet tooth and the perfect cure for it: He’s head pastry chef at L’Espalier. Kim, 35, was recently named a “Boston Rising Star’’ by StarChefs.com, the first online food magazine, which will soon celebrate its 15th anniversary.

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(no rating) September 3, 2008 - Boston.com - Devra First, Globe Staff

Long known as a place to get engaged, L'Espalier sees about one proposal a month. That means upward of 300 marriages have been launched in the Gloucester Street townhouse occupied by the restaurant for the last 26 years. Presumably, many of them have outlasted its run. Saturday was L'Espalier's last night in the cramped, romantic digs. Marriages, ultimately, may be easier to maintain and update than a cranky 1880s building full of drafts, short on kitchen space, and long on lines for the bathroom.

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Jan 18, 2009 - barryjr71
Simply delightful experience

One of the best restaurants in Boston and worth every penny. The experience is one to remember for years to come. The staff is so knowledgable of the food, wine, and cheese and offer great selections. Trust me you can not go wrong with the menu there is a lot to choose from and each time you visit you can change the way the you dine out...trust me you will fall in love with this place and want to go back as mucha s possible

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Nov 17, 2008 - HReisman
No the same as the old L'Espalier

Food still superb, but maybe not as great it was. For example, ordered a very rare tenderloin that was medium rare to medium with never a question from the waiter. Still it was really good.

New digs very sleek and modern, but a touch cold. The layout is a bit confusing. Not nearly as warm or inviting at dining at the old Brownstone that housed L'Espalier for many years

Prices are absolutely off the charts, be sure to bring your banker.

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