By now you'll have heard the news that Everything But Anchovies has closed (Valley News). The restaurant opened on Allen Street in 1979.
The October 2016 edition of the menu is still on line (pdf) and shows such familiar dishes as the Chicken Sandwich (on a Portuguese muffin, never my thing), the Pasta Alfredo, and the Tuscany Bread (did the delivery drivers really make the garlic bread while they were waiting to hop into an early-eighties Chevette with an armful of orders?). The Southwestern Burrito does not seem to be there any more; I went through a phase in 93X where I ordered one or two of those every week. Opening the white styrofoam clamshell would reveal a placid ocean of salsa, refried beans, and shredded lettuce. One had to fish around in the depths to pinpoint the location of the burrito.
The EBAs building is historic, designed by Larson & Wells and built by W.H. Trumbull in 1921.[1. "Building and Construction News Section," The American Contractor 42:14 (2 April 1921), 67.] It was originally a garage, as these photos from Frank Barrett's books show:
The second story and the brick facing are obviously much later. The image above is from Google Street View.