I know this comes up all the time, but on nice days in the summer when people are scrambling to get seating on sidewalks in front of bars and restaurants with exhaust getting blown in their face it really kills me. What are the largest obstacles to opening a proper, Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden-type operation in Boston (http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/2140/)? Is there any scenario in which it could happen? Maybe we could trade in the next ten pseudo-Irish pubs that want to open (offering local, organic fare!) for someone to give it a go? I know Redbones was talking about something like this in Malden but I heard it got nixed. I've even got a location (you can see it when you're running along the river toward Watertown)--corner of Western Ave and the Leo Birmingham Parkway. There are a bunch of abandoned buildings that would be perfect. Bars and restaurants open up (and close) in this town like nothing. So what's the hold up?