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Boston's Most Iconic Dining Rooms; Another Flour

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BOSTON—Presenting Boston's 12 most iconic restaurant dining rooms for your viewing pleasure. Venues range from the cavernous Empire Garden in Chinatown to the posh, former bank digs of BOND at The Langham hotel. Collect them all!

BACK BAY—This is the biggest Boston restaurant news you've heard all week. Chef Joanne Chang-Myers of South End smash hit Myers + Chang and the highly addictive sticky bun factory Flour Bakery + Cafe has announced a location for a fourth Flour, in what was once a Hard Rock Cafe and what will soon be the new headquarters of Brookline Bank, on Clarendon Street. Because bankers don't have it good enough.

NEWBURY STREET—Sorry, Charlie, but Charley's is no more. The restaurant closed earlier this week after not being able to negotiate a new lease.

CAMBRIDGE/BACK BAY—This week Eater ran not one but two installments of the interview series One Year In. Find out how year one has been for chef-owner William Kovel of Catalyst in Kendall Square and what Storyville chef Louis DiBiccari has in store for a place of his own.