An Italian restaurant run by a James Beard Prize winner a few miles west of Boston appears to have closed.
According to information from Adam Gaffin Universal hubThe window of Ronsky’s, the chef of Chestnut Hill The Street, was pasted with paper. It was apparently closed. An inspection on the shopping center website showed that the page of dining venues had been deleted.The person behind the restaurant is Ron Suhanosky, who was one of the founders of Sfoglia, a high-end Italian restaurant located in the Upper West Side of New York, a now closed restaurant on Nantucket; Suhanosky also Won the James Beard Award in 2010 for his recipe Pastry.
Chef Ronsky’s used to be called Ronsky’s on The Street in Chestnut Hill, and it actually started from a pop-up window in the shopping center.
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