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Colette closes in Station North; changes coming for Bottega

Colette, a French restaurant in Station North, has closed its doors just over a year after it opened.

The restaurant’s last day in business was Sunday, according to posts on its social media pages, which indicated there are changes ahead for both Colette and its sister restaurant, Bottega.

“We are going on a little summer break beginning this Monday,” a Friday post on Colette’s Facebook page read. “We will remain closed for some renovations around the house and will announce a reopening date soon with more details to follow.”

On Sunday, the restaurant posted photos from its last day, with a caption reading, “See you in 10 days as Bottega.”

Colette opened in February 2016 at 1709 N. Charles St. with seating for about 75. Bottega, a BYOB, opened a block away in 2013.

It’s unclear what — if any — changes are ahead for Bottega’s 25-seat space at 1729 Maryland Ave.

Chef-owner Adrien Aeschliman, who owns both restaurants, could not immediately be reached for comment Tuesday morning to elaborate on the changes.

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