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Won Kow, Chinatown's oldest restaurant, closes — 'It’s time for me to take it easy for a while'

Peter Huey said he just felt like it was time to retire. The owner of Won Kow, Chinatown’s oldest restaurant, said Monday that there was no one to take over the restaurant after him and that while it had a good run, it was time to close. “It’s time for me to take it easy for a while,” Huey said....
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