This exclusive steak house is a quiet reprieve from the hustle and bustle of Downtown Crossing and the raucous jm Cruley in which it is hidden. To find this 16 seat eatery enter at jm Curley, strut to the back of the bar room and duck behind the red velvet curtain above which a sign proclaims " Adults Only- no cell phone use" While jm Curley is large, loud and casual, Bogie's is a civilized and rarefied dining room that feels like a private club. Expect sumptuous booths, jazz and gracious service. Bogie's is the anti-steak house. Chef Rhiannon avoids most of the usual tropes, instead opting for nightly improvisations around the "Bogie's Seven"- ever changing interpretations of dishes like foie gras, caviar, potato, wedge and of course beef. The beverage program is as contrarian as the food. The wine is 20 red and 20 white, the beer list is enormous and compelling, and the cocktails focus on perfecting drinks like the French 75, Remember the Maine and the Sazerac.
|Venue name:||Bogie's Place||Contact:|
21 Temple Place
|Cross street:||between Tremont and Washington Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 5-10pm|