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Chocolee to rise again?

Posted by Devra First  January 27, 2010 05:34 PM

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Lee Napoli makes lovely chocolates. She closed her Chocolee shop on Pembroke Street in the South End a while back, much to the chagrin of chocoholics citywide.

Word is, she'll rehang her shingle soon -- on the former Haley House Bakery site in the same neighborhood. The new shop could open in March.


Lee Napoli. Yes, please. More of that, please. (Globe File Photo/Janet Knott)

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