Sel de la Terre-Long Wharf to Launch a Farewell Pop-Up Series

Before the restaurant closes for good, it's welcoming back old alums for a special guest dinner series.

Get in the SDLT Long Wharf dining room, while you still can. (Photo courtesy of SDLT)

Early last month, we learned that Sel de la Terre’s Long Wharf location would close—to be replaced by a concept from Bill Brodsky, formerly the chef at Cape Cod’s Wequassett Inn. As a grand, extended farewell of sorts, SDLT and L’Espalier staff past and present have joined to offer a guest “pop-up” dinner series, with a different chef taking over the kitchen each week to offer a $65, three-course prix-fixe menu ($35 for wine pairings; a la carte versions are available as well).

Up first is L’Espalier alum Alex Crabb (who, by the way, we are told is working on a new restaurant of his own). Following Crabb will be SDLT vet Daniel Bojorquez, who will offer a preview from his forthcoming East Somerville restaurant La Brasa. Last up is current L’Espalier pastry whiz Jiho Kim, who will show off his savory chops with a French-Korean menu. Depending on timing, there may be a fourth week of the series, an oh-so-trendy noodle bar that’ll be a collaboration from all three chefs.

Below, find a peek of Crabb’s menu, available now until April 10th, plus the rest of the schedule.


April 4-10: Alex Crabb’s Menu

April 11-April 17: Daniel Bojorquez’s La Brasa Preview Menu

April 18-April 24: Jiho Kim’s French-Korean Menu

April 25-31 (time permitting): A Noodle Bar Menu from Alex, Daniel and Jiho

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