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Fiorella's Among the dishes at Fiorella's are baked gnocchi (left), potato dumplings in tomato sauce topped with mozzarella, and fried calamari (right). (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / October 22, 2008

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Fiorella's is not the kind of place you'd stumble across, unless you were in the market for a propane tank, a winter tan, or a cemetery plot. The white stucco box of a building is tucked away on an asphalt-heavy stretch of Newtonville, wedged between Perfection Propane and Salon Sun Tanning. Across the street, Calvary Cemetery sprawls to eternity. (Full article: 593 words)

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