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FAMILY TABLE

Slice of life

(Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
By Elizabeth Bomze
Globe Correspondent / December 17, 2008

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Taking shelter from the cold at Peter and Natasha Irving's pint-sized, affordable South Boston restaurant feels just as homey as sitting at your own kitchen table. St. Alphonzo's (originally called Potbellies Kitchen) is the kind of place every neighborhood should have, with straightforward, well-executed fare that feeds the need for a quick bite when you don't feel like cooking. As ... (Full article: 241 words)

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