A final bowl of clam chowder at Durgin Park. One last cheddar brioche or rib eye for two at l’Espalier. The shuttering of these Boston institutions in recent months leaves our own cravings unsatisfied and heads shaking. We wonder: Will it get policymakers thinking? Bostonians take pride in our restaurant scene. It’s part of what makes us a real vibrant city, holding our own with a destination like New York. So why are we seeing culinary destinations like these and others (Haley House Bakery…

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