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jm Curley has reopened two months after suffering flood damage

A burst pipe can’t keep this bar down.

21 Temple Place, Downtown Crossing617-338-5333, jmcurleyboston.comGet a burger and chose from a large variety of toppings, like pears or peanut butter, or get a bedtime snack of milk and cookies before you shuffle home from hanging out at this Downtown Crossing spot. Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Two months after closing due to water damage, beloved downtown pub jm Curley reopened to the public Saturday.

The bar at 21 Temple Pl. was forced to close in February after a burst pipe dumped 10,000 gallons into the restaurant.

In March, General Manager Tim Collins said that he and fellow employees were looking forward to getting things up and running again.

“The staff and I are all very excited to be back,’’ Collins said at the time. “It’s nice to have a vacation, but it will be good to be back.’’

The bar at jm Curley, which will reopen sometime in March after closing in February due to a burst pipe.

The bar at jm Curley.

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