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A satisfying evening on the South Shore

Joe Beal, the bartender at the Scarlet Oak Tavern, takes an order from Diane Flaherty of Norwell. The restaurant is in a 241-year-old Colonial house in Hingham. Joe Beal, the bartender at the Scarlet Oak Tavern, takes an order from Diane Flaherty of Norwell. The restaurant is in a 241-year-old Colonial house in Hingham. (BILL BRETT for the boston globe)
By Katie Johnston Chase
Globe Staff / September 7, 2007

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HINGHAM - As soon as we pulled into the packed parking lot at the Scarlet Oak Tavern last week, we could tell it was a happening place. Inside at the bar, men in polo shirts were circling, the Pats were playing on TV, and the exposed brick oven was cranking out lobster pizzas. There were no seats together, so my ... (Full article: 664 words)

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