TIMELY AND TASTY: Vintage clocks and original architectural features work together in this space where the kitchen and dining room are separated by a glass wall. FLAGSHIP DINING: Smith & Wollensky in Boston occupies a space that once served as a gunroom, social hall and museum. CULINARY CASTLE: Guests enter a building constructed in the 1890s and enjoy a meal that's up to new millennium standards. The first floor gunroom now serves as a bar and dining area; the mezzanine ...

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