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Jimmy’s, ‘‘Home of the Chowder King,’’ used to be the kind of eatery where out-of-towners could get a taste of Hub seafood.
Jimmy’s, ‘‘Home of the Chowder King,’’ used to be the kind of eatery where out-of-towners could get a taste of Hub seafood. (The Boston Globe/ File Photo) The Boston Globe/ File Photo

Seafood eatery Jimmy's braces for demolition

By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / January 9, 2007

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Jimmy's Harborside R estaurant, a Boston institution on the waterfront that featured its name in big red lights outside, and a bar fashioned from an old boat inside, will be torn down beginning today. (Full article: 601 words)

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