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This steakhouse is worth its salt

(zara tzanev for the boston globe)
June 20, 2007

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You won't find salt shakers on the tables at Boston Public Meat, the steakhouse that recently replaced Restaurant L in Louis Boston. Instead, when your steak arrives, a server comes tableside with a leather box containing a pale pink block of Himalayan rock salt. The salt is then ceremoniously removed and grated with a microplane over your meat until you ... (Full article: 608 words)

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