Update: Chef-owner Paul O'Connell tells Eater that Chez Henri is in the process of being sold but has not yet been sold, as reported earlier. He says a deal "is in the works" and hopes to "pass the torch" to Dylan Black, who previously worked at Chez Henri.
The Cuban-ish Cambridge favorite Chez Henri is in the process of being sold to Green Street owner Dylan Black, says The Improper Bostonian. An article in the magazine's current issue shares that news - no link yet, but it will be added here when available - and says that Green Street executive chef Greg Reeves will "keep the Latin emphasis... with a stronger focus on steak." The article also says that Chez Henri is "slated to be taken over in mid-summer and renamed." Earlier this month, longtime Chez Henri bar manager Rob Kraemer left to work at Posto in Davis Square. Per its website, Chez Henri was opened by chef Paul O'Connell in 1994.
Correction: Rob Kraemer was the Chez Henri bar manager, not Paul Kraemer, as previously reported.