Take a look at old Boston. Watch it disappear. On Saturday, Locke-Ober closed for business after more than 130 years. This is as sad as it was inevitable. The audience for old-school cooking and ambience dwindles, and with it the city’s stock of classic restaurants. Aujourd’hui said au revoir in 2009. L’Espalier has seen success since relocating to a modern space. And then there’s the Oak Room, which this summer became Oak Long Bar + Kitchen, renovated and reimagined.
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