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Back Bay, Beacon Hill, South End >
Posted by KML on 09/16/2013
This is a place for food lovers--not nouveau foodies--though I'm sure they are welcome here as well. I'm sure they are as this is a very inviting and inclusive (not exclusive) restaurant and a most comfortable place. The food preparations are classically inspired and always impeccably executed and beautifully presented. The menu varies seasonally and they have an outstanding and fairly-priced wine list. L'Espalier is still Boston's finest and most exciting dining experience. Quite frankly, it's a reason to come to Boston. I do miss the warmth of their former townhouse setting but as life changes, so must we all. This is a great restaurant. It's nice to see that MccLelland and crew are still at the top of their game.
Posted by Event Planner on 11/21/2011
Savor every bite. Terrific and knowledgeable staff, unbelievable and creative food, beautiful presentation and an extensive wine list. Perfect for special occasions and a memorable night.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2008
Although expensive, the food is impeccable. The knowledge and attentiveness of the waitstaff is by far the best I've ever had. I only wish I had the money to eat there every night. They do have a goup seating "Wine Mondays", which pairs wine with tastings from the chef, and requires reservations. This is one option for those on a budget to experience one of the best in Boston, it's $55.