Sunday, April 17, 2016

jm Curley in Boston's Downtown Crossing Reopens Two Months After Being Hit by Flooding

One of the most popular restaurants and bars in downtown Boston is open once again after being forced to close earlier this year due to major flood damage.

According to several sources (and confirmed by multiple posts from the restaurant's Twitter page), jm Curley on Temple Place reopened on Saturday night, with one tweet saying "Have you missed us as much as we missed you? Pop by say hello and see what we've done to the joint." In mid-February, the dining and drinking spot saw a "trail of destruction" run through the place after a sprinkler head burst from the extreme cold and shot out thousands of gallons of water. There had been talk of burger pop-up events at a separate location while renovations were being made, but it is not known whether these events ever ended up taking place.

The address for jm Curley is 21 Temple Place, Boston, MA, 02111; its website is at

[Earlier Article]
jm Curley in Boston's Downtown Crossing Closed Until Further Notice; Burst Sprinkler Head to Blame

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