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Pickled-deviled eggs at JM Curley

This Downtown Crossing spot is a playroom for adults.

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Embracing childhood nostalgia, this Downtown Crossing spot is a playroom for adults. I’ve had great pickled eggs before, and great deviled eggs, but never at the same time. JM Curley — named with nostalgia for longtime politician James Michael Curley — combines the two classic bar bites, piping the tangy yolk filling into firm, lightly sour whites.  — Devra First

JM CURLEY21 Temple Place, Boston, 617-338-5333, jmcurleyboston.com

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