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The 86 club: Notable restaurants that closed in 2018 and 2019

Here’s a look at the list of some restaurants that were shuttered in Greater Boston in the past year.

Durgin-Park, a landmark at Faneuil Hall for years, closed earlier this month.
Durgin-Park, a landmark at Faneuil Hall for years, closed earlier this month. (David L Ryan/Globe Staff)

Here’s a look at some of the notable restaurants that closed up shop in 2018 and in early 2019.

■  Angora Cafe

■  BOND

■  Boston Shawarma (Washington Street)

■  Brasserie Jo

■  Buttonwood

■  Crema Café

■  Cultivar

■  Dosa Factory

■  Dot Tavern

■  Dragon Chef

■  Durgin-Park

■  Erbaluce

■  L’Espalier

■  Haley House Bakery Café

■  Les Sablons

■  Morse Fish Co.

■  PA’s Lounge

■  Piezoni’s

■  Shepard

■  Smith & Wollensky (Back Bay)

■  Snappy Sushi

■  Strip-Ts

■  Sultan’s Kitchen

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■  Tapeo (Boston)

■  Tavern in the Square (Salem)

■  Tupelo

■  UBurger (Allston)

■  Yo! Sushi


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This list has been updated to clarify that only one of Boston Shawarma’s locations closed in 2018.