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Adieu to Natick's Sel de la Terre

Posted by Kara Baskin  December 18, 2013 01:00 PM

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C'est la vie. Eater Boston notes via Chowhound that Sel de la Terre at the Natick Mall will close on January 1. There were once three locations of the French restaurant; the other two, both in Boston, closed over the past couple of years. Boston Restaurant Talk reports that owner Frank McClelland's other enterprises, L'Espalier and Au Soleil Catering in the Back Bay and Apple Street Farm in Essex, will stay open.

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