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Food fight

Plan for al fresco dining zone serves up debate in North End

Luigi ‘‘Big Lou’’ DeMarco, general manager of the Caffe Graffiti, said: ‘‘The whole situation about the plaza has been about parking and traffic. It’s mass confusion here.’’ Luigi ‘‘Big Lou’’ DeMarco, general manager of the Caffe Graffiti, said: ‘‘The whole situation about the plaza has been about parking and traffic. It’s mass confusion here.’’ (ESSDRAS M SUAREZ/GLOBE STAFF)
By Meghan E. Irons
Globe Staff / April 24, 2010

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Paul Trojano stepped onto the sidewalk outside his Caffe Graffiti restaurant one bright afternoon and drew an imaginary line around a planned spot for al fresco dining. (Full article: 830 words)

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