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Bouches will no longer be amused after Amuse-Bouche closes on May 31

Bouches will no longer be amused after Amuse-Bouche closes on May 31

The people behind Amuse-Bouche confirmed today what was already suggested by the giant For Lease signs on their walls. After five successful years, the west-end French bistro will be shutting its doors on May 31. “Knowing that our lease was up for renewal, we contemplated our options and finally decided it was time to move on and explore new ventures and opportunities,” reads the message sent out to VIP customers and signed by operators Jason Inniss, Sarah Lyons and Bertrand Alépée.

The Tecumseth Street spot, which never lacked for patrons or good press, will apparently be holding a goodbye party in the coming month. Until then, the restaurant will continue with its tasting menus and Tuesday tapas special. Finish off with the desserts that made them famous, and parting will be sweet sorrow.

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