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Sel de la Terre samples the rustic country fare of Provence and surrounding Southern France with Provençal classics such as bouillabaisse, fresh seafood, country roasts, and pâtés on its varied and extensive menus. In addition to a full bar menu for meals and late night snacking, the bar features several varieties of pastis and aperitifs to complement every course.

Geoff Gardner, Sel de la Terre's chef de cuisine, has worked with the McClellands for many years as sous-chef at L'Espalier. Geoff and Frank spent years searching for the perfect location to develop Sel de la Terre. They focused on the design concept of a restaurant that is more casual and rustic than L'Espalier, not to mention more price friendly to the general public; while still placing the same focus on fresh ingredients and impeccable food quality.

Esquire Magazine place Sel de la Terre on its list of the Top 22 Best New Restaurants in America in Decemver 2000, while Conde Nast Traveler included the restaurant in its list of the World's Hottest Tables in May 2001. Also, Alison Arnett of the Boston Globe gave Sel de la Terre an Excellent Rating of three stars in June 2000.

Geoff brings his creativity and high standards to the table to create a restaurant with warmth and care, where one can enjoy great food and the company of friends. Sel de la Terre thrives on its creativity and flexibility, always imagining new ideas and welcoming input from all to constantly fortify its delicious menu and bring customers and experience to remember

Take the time to sample a taste of Provence right here in Boston. Sel de la Terre is located at 255 State Street in the beautiful downtown waterfront area of Bostonm in between the Long Wharf Marriott and the New England Aquarium, within walking distance from Faneuil Hall, Government Center, and the financial district. We look forward to seeing you there. Please call (617)720-1300 for reservations and further information.