An iconic seafood restaurant in Boston is preparing for demolition.
Anthony's Pier 4 will be torn down "any day now," according to the Boston Globe.
The paper reports the memorabilia has been taken by the family of founder Anthony Athanas.
"Everyone from Elizabeth Taylor to (former Mayor) Kevin White. They all came in and they all used the place," former Lt. Gov. Thomas O'Neill tells the Globe. "It was a magnet for A-listers, B-listers, C-listers and D-listers. It had them all."
The property will be turned into a nine-story condo building.
The eatery itself has been closed for nearly three years.