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It's Cold Tea Time as JM Curley Launches Industry Brunch on Mondays

Plus, JM Curley's interior steakhouse, Bogie's Place, launches Prime Rib Mondays next week.

jm Curley 500pxDowntown Crossing bar and restaurant JM Curley, which is coming up on its fourth birthday, is launching a sandwich-focused, boozy Monday brunch today (dubbed "Cold Tea Mondays" — and yes, there will be pots of "cold tea"). It'll take place weekly from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Here's the debut menu:

SNACK. SHARE.

  • Fried pickles — zesty dill house pickles, Creole mayo ($6)
  • Fry basket — skin-on, salt, pepper, Heinz ($5)
  • Deviled eggs — soy-brined egg white, Sriracha filling, crispy wonton ($7)
  • Charc board — daily selection, grilled baguette, house mustard and pickles ($20)
  • Cheese board — daily selection, grilled baguette, seasonal accoutrements ($20)
  • The whole nine yards — all the meats and all the cheese, seasonal accoutrements ($45)
TEA SANDWICHES
  • Fried pickle — Creole cream cheese, sourdough ($4)
  • Croque monsieur — ham, gruyere, bechamel, quail egg, brioche ($7)
  • Polynesian persuasion — caramelized pineapple, charred red onion, grilled ham ($5)
  • Buffalo chicken — blue cream cheese, ranch French toast ($6)
  • Egg salad sliders — egg salad, Bibb lettuce ($6)
  • Chicken salad sliders — almonds, golden raisins ($7)
  • Lamb sliders — roasted lamb, tzatziki crema, housemade pickle ($12)
HANGOVER HELPERS
  • Duck poutine — cheddar, gravy, easy egg ($15)
  • Five-ounce grass-fed beef patty — griddled onions, cheddar, Russian, pickles ($10)
  • House veggie burger — griddled onions, cheddar, iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, jamama sauce ($10)
HOOK IT UP
  • Extra patty ($5)
  • Bacon ($2)
  • Fried egg ($2)
  • Filthy Andy style ($2)
The rest of the week, except for Sundays, JM Curley serves a small lunch menu from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dinner starts at 5 p.m. daily (including Sundays).

Meanwhile, Monday nights are also getting a new boost at the downtown hangout. Starting next week, Bogie's Place, the steakhouse nestled inside JM Curley, is hosting Prime Rib Mondays every week with a single 7 p.m. seating. While the menu is subject to change, the current offering includes a wedge salad, loaded baked potato, creamed spinach, and a 12-ounce prime rib for $40 (plus tax and tip). The meal is served family-style, and while walk-ins are accepted if there's space, Bogie's Place is tiny. Next week's dinner is already sold out. Tickets can be purchased for future Prime Rib Mondays on Eventbrite.

[Photo: JM Curley/Cal Bingham for Eater]

jm Curley

21 Temple Place, , MA 02111 (617) 338-5333 Visit Website

Bogie's Place

25 Temple Street, , MA 02114 (617) 338-5333 Visit Website

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