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Alma Gaucho Prime Brazilian Steakhouse could be opening on D Street

One door closes, another one opens.

Boston Restaurants is reporting that a new Brazilian steakhouse could be taking over the spot where the Social Register now resides.

After little investigation, Marc Hurwitz – from Boston Restaurants – discovered that on the City of Boston’s licensing hearing page, Alma Gaucho Prime Brazilian Steakhouse is listed as wanting to open on the ground level of Aloft hotel (401 D Street). The license would be coming from Aristocrat Hospitality – which owns Social Register. So one could only conclude that Social Register will be closing and Alma Gaucho would be opening.

Nothing has been officially confirmed.

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