April 24, 2013
Longtime L?Espalier maitre d? Louis Risoli stepped into a time warp Sunday, the first day staff was allowed into the famed Boylston Street restaurant after the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings. Half-finished meals sat on tables, unfinished drinks atop the bar, pots on stovetops, all right where they were left when diners and staff evacuated in the frantic moments after the second bomb exploded across the street.
?It was definitely a little eerie,? Risoli said.
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