The Financial District pub Coogan's is planning a menu change that will alter not only its offerings but also its identity. Until now, Coogan's, served "American style pub food," but yesterday chef Keenan Langlois told Eater that an all-burger menu would be going into effect starting January 30. Now Langlois says the restaurant will be temporarily closed on January 28 and 29 for "slight renovations," and when it reopens with the burger menu, that change will be for good. The chef describes the new concept as "dive-bar-burger" and calls the move "a permanent change to give the Fidi a much needed option." Once again, all meat will be from local butcher favorite Savenor's Market. Coogan's is owned by The Glynn Hospitality Group, which also runs Granary Tavern and plans to open Sterling's, which will also be in the Financial District.
Coogan's Will Become a Burger Dive Bar of Sorts
by Aaron Kagan
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