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Friends help Santos open Back Bay Harry’s

Eric Papachristos (left), Jody Adams, Jason Santos at the opening party for Back Bay Harry’s.

Laurie Swope for the Globe

Eric Papachristos (left), Jody Adams, Jason Santos at the opening party for Back Bay Harry’s.

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Chef Jason Santos, of Blue Inc. and Abby Lane, had some peer support at the opening party for his latest venture, Back Bay Harry’s, the other night. Chef Jody Adams, of Rialto and Trade, and Eric Papachristos, co-owner of Trade, were in the neighborhood to enjoy the new space, which used to house Geoffrey’s Cafe. Papachristos was one of two former cast members of “The Bachelorette” (he was on Season 4) who attended the festivities. Also at the party was Season 6 contestant Chris Lambton, host of “Going Yard,” who attended with wife Peyton.

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