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Boston Italian Restaurant News

Updates on Italian restaurants in and around Boston. Two restaurants that closed last summer due to license-related issues and have remained out of commission since then will be given new life as two different concepts move in and take the reins. Broad Street Riot at 131 Broad St. and Julep Bar around the corner at 200 High St., which previously shared a co-owner, have been sold.
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