Bogie's Place (a Casual Steak Joint) Is Opening within jm Curley in Downtown Boston
A neighborhood-style restaurant and bar that opened late last year in downtown Boston is going to be opening a "restaurant within a restaurant," with the new dining spot being a casual steak joint,
In October, jm Curley on Temple Place will turn the current Bogie's Place in the back of the restaurant (currently a private-feeling lounge) into a spot that Curley's Twitter page is calling a "Curley's style steak joint." The new eatery will be open six days a week, with the windowless room having a capacity of 20. This news was just announced, so more information on Bogie's Place could be coming out over the next few days. (Keep checking back for updates.)
[August 24 update: Eater Boston reports that Bogie's Place is planning to open sometime in the middle of October.]
[January 14, 2013 update: According to jm Curley, Bogie's Place is opening today.]
jm Curley first opened in late December of 2011, bringing to the Downtown Crossing/Ladder District of Boston a casual place that serves mainly American cuisine such as beer and cheese soup, burgers, mussels, salmon sliders, macaroni and cheese, pork chops, and fried chicken, as well as an array of beers and cocktails.
The address for Bogie's Place (and jm Curley) is 21 Temple Place, Boston, MA, 02111. The website for jm Curley can be found at http://www.jmcurleyboston.com/