L’Espalier

L’Espalier

Known for serving haute French-New England cuisine since 1978, the arrival of Chef Frank McClelland in 1988 has brought L’Espalier unrivaled accolades, including four stars from The Boston Globe. Try the Seasonal Degustation menu, a four-course meal celebrating the season’s freshest flavors, followed by grand fromage cheese course and dessert. If you have the time, the iconic dark chocolate soufflé with maple ice cream and orange caramel is worth the 20-minute wait. 

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