by Marc Hurwitz
A Boston-based group of deep-dish pizza spots continues to get smaller, as one of its locations in the city has now closed.
According to a source, Uno Pizzeria and Grill near Symphony Hall is no longer in business, with a message sent from the company confirming that the Huntington Avenue eatery has indeed shut down. The message does mention that its other two Boston locations in the Back Bay and Kenmore Square remain open, and other locations in the region, including outlets in Braintree, Dedham, Framingham, Revere, Swampscott, and Woburn, remain in operation as well.
A number of locations of Uno's--whose headquarters are in West Roxbury--have closed over the past decade or so, including restaurants in Allston, Cambridge's Harvard Square and Porter Square, Burlington, Newton Corner, and Waltham.
The address for the now-closed Uno's by Symphony Hall was 280 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115. The website for all locations can be found at https://www.unos.com/
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