Les Sablons’ Interior Design Makes the French Connection
Boston living is as much about excellent dining options as it is about fine homes. Here, we explore Les Sablons, a new restaurant in Harvard Square.
Designed by the New York–based architecture firm Bentel & Bentel, Les Sablons evokes the Parisian Metro station that inspired its name. Pendant lights glow warmly throughout the second-floor bar and dining area, while graffiti-like artwork by local photographer Stephen Sheffield adorns the building’s original exposed-brick walls:
A low wood-plank ceiling helps define the space around the bar:
Crème fraîche tops this crispy potato dish, served with white sturgeon caviar: