A Boylston Street restaurant will spend a final two weeks in its original location before closing and relocating further downtown. Troquet, which has operated at 140 Boylston for 15 years, will close down on January 28 (update: February 18) in preparation for its move to 107 South St., the former Bel Ari space near South Station, according to Boston Restaurant Talk.
Troquet is known for its award-winning wine program that showcases a range of French vintages to complement the modern French cuisine from chef Scott Hebert, who will expand the restaurant’s menu after the move to South Street, as previously reported. The new Troquet will also have more seating, a private room, a larger bar, and a new bar menu featuring contemporary cocktails.
Chris Campbell is the owner and sommelier at Troquet, which will also have a larger kitchen and wine cellar following the move, per an email from the restaurant’s general manager, Jake Tringali. In its original location, Troquet will be open Tuesday through Saturday for dinner service until January 28 (update: February 18), and then it will close briefly for the relocation to "Troquet on South," set to open in February.
Update, 2/20: Troquet's closure has been pushed back again; the original location will have its last service on February 25.
• All Troquet Coverage on Eater [EBOS]
• Troquet in Boston to Take Over Bel Ari Space [BRT]