Letter: Fond memories of Durgin Park
As much as Jim Shulman's columns take me back to memories of my youth, so did the recent announcement of the closing of Durgin Park in Boston.
I recall my parents driving to a gritty section of Boston, before gentrification of Faneuil Hall, standing in line on the stairway, sitting at a communal table with strangers, the dining room noise, the cornbread,the prime rib and topped off with a humongous strawberry shortcake.
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