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High and dry in Boston?

October 22, 2006

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THE SHORTAGE of beer-and-wine licenses in Boston is hitting would-be restaurant owners hard. Consider Michael Tallon, who is building a two-story, 3,000-square-foot restaurant in Hyde Park. He has a chef lined up and a sophisticated menu in the works. But the new business, he says, depends on a beer-and-wine license. And he can't get one -- even though he has ... (Full article: 446 words)

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