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Family shutters popular eatery in South End

Garden of Eden closes, Lionette's Market to move

The owners of the Garden of Eden cafe, which served meals made from New England-produced food such as pheasant hen (above), owed the state $200,000 in meals taxes. The owners of the Garden of Eden cafe, which served meals made from New England-produced food such as pheasant hen (above), owed the state $200,000 in meals taxes.
By Kimberly Blanton
Globe Staff / May 15, 2008

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The Garden of Eden, which served meals made from New England-produced food and was a South End social center, closed its doors this week after 12 years in business. (Full article: 453 words)

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