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Tiny footprint, major loss

After 60 years, Littlest Bar to make way for condos

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / August 4, 2005

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Sixty years after it opened as a blessedly cramped, poorly lit watering hole for politicians, bookies, tourists, immigrants, and anyone in need of a cold pint of lager, The Littlest Bar, located near Downtown Crossing, is closing. (Full article: 747 words)

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