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BYOB comeback to Boston!

So your favorite Boston restaurant doesn't have your perferred choice of alcohol on the menu? Not for long! The North End Water Front article states "Restaurants with a sub-30 person capacity in the outer neighborhoods will be able to apply for a BYOB license once the Licensing Board makes an online form. Apparently, that will take a few months". 

This is exciting news for many wine and beer connoisseurs as this plan will start rolling out shortly. You can now match your favorite beverage with your favorite North End pasta dish, or maybe a nice sirloin steak form the Seaport District! No longer will you have to attempt to cook your favorite style dish at your favorite restaurant to pair with you favorite alcohol, you can now bring it! Take a read at the  Full Article .

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