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Last serving, to go

Brigham’s only Boston shop closing after 37 years

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By David Abel
Globe Staff / November 11, 2009

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The lime rickeys, malted frappes, and root beer floats remained popular through the decades. The 1970s-era orange and yellow décor lined the walls, and the scuffed counters showed the wear of all the elbows and hot plates. And there was the uncommon bond between the wait staff and customers, a motley family who came together across ages and races to ... (Full article: 883 words)

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