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La Verdad Closes; Volle Nolle Reopens

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BACK BAY — On January 29th, Clio will host chef Michael Anthony of New York City's renowned Gramercy Tavern in celebration of the release of the The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook. The price is $135/person for a seven-course dinner and a signed copy of the cookbook, and reservations are available between 5:30pm and 10:30pm. [Official Site]

FENWAY — Ken Oringer's Mexican restaurant and taqueria, La Verdad, has closed. Boston Restaurant Talk hears that a new concept may open in the space by Red Sox Opening Day in April. [BRT]

NORTH END — Volle Nolle, a sandwich shop that closed a few months back, making way for long-term pop-up restaurant Whisk at 351, has apparently reopened and revamped, according to a Yelp user. Instead of focusing on sandwiches and lunch, it now serves dinner — "small plates and great wine." The restaurant confirms that it has reopened on Facebook. [Yelp]
[Photo: Clio/Official Site]

La Verdad

1 Lansdowne Street, Boston, MA 02215 617 421 9595


370 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 617 536 7200

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