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A fish story that's grown and grown

(wendy maeda/globe staff)
July 30, 2008

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No Name restaurant opened in 1917 as a diner on Boston's Fish Pier, catering to what was then a little city of fishermen, fish cutters, and others employed in the seafood industry, says manager Jimmy Klidaras, whose great-uncle founded the spot. Today, No Name draws more tourists than fishermen, though many locals make regular stops for well-priced items like the ... (Full article: 125 words)

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