After closing at the Westin Copley Place in Back Bay in December 2011, The Palm is now planning to reopen at One International Place in the Financial District on May 15, says the Boston Business Journal. The Palm has locations in over 20 cities, including Mexico City and London, and its new home cost over $4.5 million to renovate, says the BBJ. The location will seat 320 in a main dining room, a mezzanine, and "a glass-enclosed patio" with views of the Greenway (see rendering above). Dinners will run around $90 with a prix fixe lunch going for $26. Legal Sea Foods alum Karen Mitchell serves as executive chef and tells the paper that only lobsters clocking in at over three pounds will make the cut. In other words, no chix allowed. The former home of The Palm is now a Fogo de Chão. Stay tuned for more details and share any of your own via the tipline.
Update: The Palm opens to the public on May 16.