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By Scott Roberto / June 5, 12:00 AM
Paris on the Charles
Photo: Sarah Storrer

 

The team behind two of Boston’s favorite seafood hot spots—Island Creek Oyster Bar and Row 34—recently set up shop across the Charles River when they debuted the French-accented Les Sablons (2 Bennett St., Cambridge, 617-268-6800, lscambridge.com), artfully wedged into a narrow, two-story space in a historic building in Harvard Square. Given the pedigree, it’s no surprise that the menu doesn’t skimp on ocean offerings, from oysters to wild Alaskan salmon to roasted monkfish. Named for a Paris subway station, Les Sablons also features several Gallic-themed cocktails and such French delights as beef tartare and foie gras, although it borrows culinary influences from all over Europe.

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