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Tonic Gone for Good; Mystery Restaurant; Trade Turns 1

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DOWNTOWN CROSSING—Everyone knew it was coming, and yet the news is still such a shocker: after 137 years in business, the legendarily posh, old school Locke-Ober is now closed. The building has been sold and a new restaurant will me moving in, keeping much of the famous dining room intact.
SEAPORT DISTRICT/FORT POINT—This is big: a 6,000 square foot restaurant with a celebrity chef is headed for this part of town. That's all for now...
JAMAICA PLAIN—After losing its founding chef, going on summer vacation, then closing for all of October, it was only a matter of time before someone sounded the alarm about Tonic. Now rumor has it that the Washington Street restaurant is closed for good.
WATERFRONT—Given the instant deluge of buzz and accolades, it's hard to recall that Jody Adams' Trade has only been around for one year. And yet it just celebrated birthday number one: co-owner Eric Papachristos talks with Eater about the first 365 days.