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Anthony Athanas, Boston's iconic restaurateur, dies

By Alison Arnett
Globe Staff / May 21, 2005

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Anthony Athanas, an Albanian immigrant who turned a stretch of abandoned landfill on Boston's waterfront into one of the most successful restaurants in the country, died yesterday of Alzheimer's disease at his home in Swampscott. He was 93. (Full article: 1184 words)

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