Composite shows green awning reading 'Sel et Poivre.' Inset are photos of a fish dish and two tables inside a French restaurant.
After serving the Upper East Side traditional French fare for more than three decades, beloved Lenox Hill bistro Sel et Poivre has closed | Upper East Site, Sel et Poivre

UES Fixture Sel et Poivre Closes after 35 Years Serving Neighborhood

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The Upper East Side has lost another fixture of more than three decades, as Sel et Poivre, the family-owned traditional French bistro named for ‘salt and pepper,’ which has called Lenox Hill home since 1989, shut its doors permanently this month,
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