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Residents of Boston experience their city’s history as a constant source of surprise and discovery. Boston’s restaurants and bars, however, know they can’t rest on their ancient laurels if they are to keep attracting customers. Take the city’s wine bars, which make history work for them in new and unconventional ways. The lounge known as Clink. occupies the former home of Charles Street Jail, and the proprietors have taken it upon themselves to convert the jail’s cells into cozy dining nooks. This forward-thinking approach is so pervasive that it might be considered the defining characteristic of Boston’s wine bars.Read More