Tucked away down a small alley in the heart of bustling Downtown Boston, Locke-Ober, the city’s third-oldest restaurant quietly shut down Saturday night, with no notice except a sign on the door thanking its customers. The landmark restaurant, which opened in 1875, was long a meeting place for prominent Bostonians, including business power brokers and political luminaries such as John F. Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, and Bill Clinton.
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