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Brian McGrory

Missing an opening

Charles Sarkis, owner of Wonderland Dog Track, in 2003. Charles Sarkis, owner of Wonderland Dog Track, in 2003. (Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe file photo)
By Brian McGrory
Globe Columnist / March 17, 2010

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It was Friday afternoon, and Charlie Sarkis was as he often is: slightly agitated. His new Joe’s American Bar and Grill, on one of the most prominent spots along Boston’s Newbury Street, was scheduled for an opening celebration in three days, marking the biggest and most expensive endeavor in his long career. This wasn’t just any restaurant, but the reimagination ... (Full article: 684 words)

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