After backpacking through Central and South America for a year, Denise Baron interrupted her trip to visit the United States for her older sister’s wedding in 2004. Afterward, Baron was introduced to Kevin Harron, a friend of her sister’s who was planning to open Burtons Grill in the Boston suburbs with partners Kevin Rowell and Pat Gordon. Knowing that Baron had been chef at Gulfstream Seafood, a new concept in Southern California owned by Houston’s Restaurants, ...

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