Men don’t need to wear white tuxedo jackets to this speakeasy steakhouse hidden inside JM Curley’s in Downtown Crossing, but they might want to. You almost always need a reservation and you’re not allowed to use your cell phone once you’re inside, but in this case the fussiness actually enhances the experience. Since it’s all expensive anyway, go big with the 45-day dry aged steak.
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Boston Chops is Downtown steakhouse that looks and feels very much the way you expect a downtown steakhouse to.
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