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Legal Sea Foods Spreads Out

The 32-unit Boston-based chain, best known for its mall and airport locations in seven Eastern Seaboard states, has debuted two smaller, neighborhood concepts: Legal Crossing, sporting an edgier, more adult look; and Legal Oysteria, a cozy Italian concept. The company, which also has four Legal C Bar stores, and solo Legal Test Kitchen and Legal Harborside units, is not abandoning its original concept; the newest Legal Sea Foods restaurant opens in a few months at Logan Airport.

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