Our Family!

Time for a little shameless self-promotion. If you’re reading this, chances are you’re already a fan of Sel de la Terre. But what do you do when the calling for a more refined, elegant and, shall we say, adventurous dining experience presents itself? Think L’Espalier and Au Soleil Catering.

Our sister restaurant, L’Espalier, offers up fine French-New England fare – the perfect marriage of local ingredients and classic French technique. Similarly to Sel de la Terre, farm-to-table freshness is of utmost importance in the kitchen at L’Espalier, and we can trace everything on each plate back to the farmer, fisherman, or fromagerie it came from. Flawless food, along with sleek décor and impeccable service, make L’Espalier the perfect atmosphere to commemorate that really special occasion or to impress a special someone.
INSIDER TIP: L’Espalier’s lunch is the best deal in the city. Choose from three menus, including a three-course prix fixe for only $24 per person!

Want to have the same quality of food that you get from Sel de la Terre and L’Espalier, but in the comfort of your own home? Have our event coordinators of Au Soleil catering help you create a custom menu, from a L’Espalier inspired soirée or afternoon tea to a rustic, Provençal buffet à la Sel de la Terre, prepared by the chefs of our restaurants. Whether for when you let your hair down after that big walk down the aisle, or for your next business luncheon, let Au Soleil Catering add character and pizzazz with an unforgettable meal.
SPECIAL OFFER: Mention this blog post and receive 10% off food and beverage on your catering order booked and occuring from now until May 31!

774 Boylston Street, Boston
Twitter: @lespalier

Au Soleil Catering
148 Hampden Street, Boston
Twitter: @ausoleilcater


~ by saltnews on April 30, 2010.

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