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By Scott Roberto / October 29, 12:00 AM
Restaurant Resurrection


The long-gone Locke-Ober was a bastion of Boston fine dining for more than a century before it closed its doors in 2012. Like a phoenix from the ashes, however, rises Yvonne’s (2 Winter Place, 617-267-0047, yvonnesboston.com). Billed as a “modern supper club” and tucked away behind the back of a salon at 50 Temple Place near Downtown Crossing, this new endeavor named for the members-only lounge area from its previous incarnation promises international cuisine and impeccable service in uber-chic surroundings, which have been meticulously preserved from the Locke-Ober days. Small, shareable plates influenced by cuisine from the Middle East, Mediterranean, Asia and Europe are featured, while the bar program feeds into the club-like conceit, featuring rare wines, select beers, and both classic and innovative cocktails.

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