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Appetite for invention

Seth Greenberg to open ‘a modern tavern’ in a new Boston luxury hotel

Seth Greenberg in the Ames Building, which is being developed into the Ames Hotel. His restaurant Woodward is set to open with the hotel later this year. Seth Greenberg in the Ames Building, which is being developed into the Ames Hotel. His restaurant Woodward is set to open with the hotel later this year. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
July 15, 2009

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As the impresario behind the Paradise, M-80, Mistral, and more, Seth Greenberg has helped shape Boston’s after-dark persona. In recent years, he’s worked on projects in New York, but now he’s planning something new for Boston: a restaurant at the Ames, a luxury hotel near Faneuil Hall. To be called Woodward, it’s slated to open in October. We spoke with ... (Full article: 525 words)

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