What's in a Name: L’Espalier, Boston

Bringing French haute cuisine to the Northeast, Frank McClelland’s much-lauded restaurant takes its name from a French word, derived from an Italian word meaning “something to rest the shoulder against.” It’s also the term for latticework that supports fruit trees and flowers—especially roses. Appropriate for a colonial New England townhouse-turned French restaurant.

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