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Bogie's Place is located in the back room of Jim Curley's at the Down-town Crossing neighborhood of Boston. Bogie's Place is worth a visit because of the classy, romantic and secluded atmosphere that it offers with private and extremely cozy seating and rhythms of jazz music. The place serves good-old steak and fries, they also house a full-bar. Reservations are recommended. They are closed on Sundays.
This swanky, luxury restaurant with a trendy ambience and upbeat music is the place to go to if you are looking to have a good time. At Strip by Strega, you have the option to select what you would like to gorge on, from a wide ranging list of interesting delicacies. The short ribs which are tender and succulent and the savory salmon tartare are highly recommended. Couple the starters and the mains with s'more for dessert, and you'll soon find yourself in food heaven. They also have an extensive drinks menu, but if you don't like any of the concoctions on offer, you can even ask them to make a drink of your choice. Considering how fabulous everything in this restaurant is, it comes as no surprise that the staff members at this steakhouse are quite friendly and provide excellent service, you just have to tilt your chain and you'll see the waiter coming forward to take care of whatever you need. Although expensive by Boston standards, the experience you'll have at Strip by Strega will leave you with no room for complaints.
With marble floors and columns, mahogany walls and a location inside the historic Salada Tea building, this award-winning restaurant has the look and feel of an old private club. But you do not need a membership to dine here - just a big appetite and a good budget. Appetizer choices include a nice selection of soups, salads and raw seafood. The entrée menu focuses on choice cuts of beef and grilled seafood. Jackets and ties are recommended for gentlemen. The restaurant also has a full service bar.