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LEAVING NO EMPTY PLACES

As a South End restaurant closes, group moves to fill the space and keep the buzz going

Seth Woods (left) and Jeffrey Gates, partners at the Boston restaurant management firm the Aquitaine Group, stood at the old Rocca restaurant. Seth Woods (left) and Jeffrey Gates, partners at the Boston restaurant management firm the Aquitaine Group, stood at the old Rocca restaurant. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / October 29, 2011

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Partners of the Boston restaurant management firm have decided to open a fifth South End restaurant in the 5,500 square foot location left empty when Rocca suddenly closed in December. The addition on Harrison Avenue will not only expand the firm’s already-prominent presence in the area, but also bring work and dollars back into the neighborhood, where there have been a spate of restaurant closings in the last year.

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