jm Curley is an American eatery in Boston that specializes in serving contemporary American comfort food. The restaurant features a laid-back atmosphere and is open for the late night crowd.
jm Curley serves lunch and dinner daily, including a late night menu. Lunch at the restaurant features an array of burgers, sandwiches, salads and sides, including BBQ pork sandwich and house veggie burger. Dinner at jm Curley features snacks, soup and salad and dinner plates. Snack options at the restaurant include hand cut shoestring fries and duck poutine, while dinner plates include grass-fed burger, grilled cheese sandwich and fried chicken.
We used to not take reservations but our friends at OpenTable were very convincing! If you would like to make a reservation with us, we only accept parties of 8-10 people with a credit card confirmation.
The back table we were seated in was so dark we had to use the flashlights on our phones to read the menus...we ordered fried pickles & potato skins for appetizers...the pickles came out right away but the potatoes never came..our entrees were delivered & still no potato skins...the chef & manger both made an appearance at the table to apologize which was greatly appreciated they also took the skins off the bill & comped one of the entrees....the fact that everyone was so apologetic was really refreshing....the food we got was excellent....we did have to flag the waiter down a few times for more drinks & the bill
Fantastic burgers and Mac an cheese. I’m sure everything else is good too. Great beer selection. They play good music at a decent volume, not a quiet place but that’s their style and my coworkers and I love it. We have a lot of contractors from out of the country and we always bring them here.
The restaurant does not have curb appeal, but is comfortable inside. The manager was very accommodating to our large group of 10, and our server was terrific. She stayed on top her game in taking our orders, serving everyone correctly, and being helpful. She was very personable and willing to separate our bill at the end of our evening. We were never rushed.
The food is casual and tasty, a bit too carbohydrate loaded though. I wish there were more salads and lighter fare. We all found something to our liking though. The seasonal deviled eggs (ours were drizzled with balsamic vinegar) and fried pickles were nice to share around the table. The onion soup was excellent and served uniquely in a cast iron pan. Serving as the popular entrees for our group were the Peach Moon sandwich and duck poutine.
It's an easy place to drop in after or before a show since it is located within the theatre district.
Food was horrible and the waiter was rude and possibly stoned