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Good as gold

By Sheryl Julian
Globe Staff / January 20, 2005

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Chris Lutes and Matthew Curtis have a Midas touch. They opened Miracle of Science 13 years ago near MIT, and gave it chemistry lab counters and a menu written for geeks in mock periodic table code (''Qc" means chicken quesadilla). The high-style Audubon Circle Restaurant & Bar, close to Kenmore Square, arrived seven years ago, with a similarly simple menu. ... (Full article: 540 words)

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