Boston's winter-weary flock to al fresco eateries

04/21/2011 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The number of sidewalk cafes in Boston has grown to 73 from four when the city began issuing licenses in 1999, and restaurants say the high price tag for creating outdoor dining areas pays off as guests seeking fresh air and sunshine after months of winter flock to the al fresco tables. "It has a huge impact on business, particularly in a place where eight months of the year, you can't go outside,'' said Kathy Sidell, owner of the six-month-old Met Back Bay.

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