BOSTON Legal Sea Foods, based here, is navigating a course into more upmarket waters with the opening of a one-of-a-kind restaurant that will occupy the site of the former Jimmy’s Harborside in South Boston’s evolving Seaport District. — The upscale-casual seafood specialist is targeting a 2010 opening for what is expected to become the 33-unit chain’s flagship operation. The as-yet unnamed concept would command a higher price ...
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