Located on Third Street in Los Angeles, California, the restaurant served French food with a modern interpretation.
Originally listed for .9 million back in February, the actress pocketed a hefty .84 million for the luxurious fifth-floor So Ho loft - which features three bathrooms, wooden floors and master bedroom with eight closets.
The When Harry Met Sally star's new condo set her back .3 million and will see her become the neighbour of a whole host of A-list celebrities, including Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, Jennifer Lawrence, Harry Styles and Lewis Hamilton.
Meg Ryan and John Mellencamp were spotted together in New York City on Tuesday.
And the next day Page Six reported the exes - who were in a serious relationship three years ago but went their separate ways - are back on again and have been for 'months.'This comes after the blonde beauty , 55, sold her New York residence, suggesting she may be making a move for the crooner, who last year romanced Christie Brinkley.
The restaurant is seen in season 2, episode 26 of Boston Legal as Denny Crane (William Shatner) and Alan Shore (James Spader) are discussing the arrival of Courtney Reece (Jeri Ryan) at "her favorite restaurant".
Despite its success, the restaurant closed in December 2010.
It was revealed that six years earlier, Jeri had accused Jack Ryan of asking her to perform sexual acts with him in public, According to statements she has made in interviews, Ryan's avocation is gourmet cooking.
While starring in Boston Public, she moonlighted on weekends in the kitchen of the Los Angeles restaurant The House.
Once home to American photographer Cindy Sherman, the stunning loft features black and white highlights throughout, ebony wood flooring and matching lacquered cabinets.
And the new owner will never have to worry abut having too many shoes, clothes or accessories with eight closets at their disposal in the master suite.
Meg's former apartment is the ninth home the mother-of-two has renovated and has been described as a designer dream, even featuring in Architectural Digest.