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Division Street's Boundary Ditches Booths, Now Boasts 26 Flat-Screen TVs

By Alisa Hauser | March 14, 2016 5:55pm
 The Boundary has completed its remodeling. There are slightly more seats, no more booths and almost twice the number of flat-screen televisions at the sports oriented "game watching" bar and restaurant.
The Boundary Gets Revamped, Almost Doubles TV Screens
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WICKER PARK — A Division Street sports bar and restaurant has replaced its booths with tables and almost doubled the number of its flat-screen TVs as part of revamp to improve the dining and game watching experience, officials from The Boundary said.

Just east of the Damen Avenue and Division Street intersection, The Boundary at 1932 W. Division St. reopened on Friday after a two-week closure, just in time for a weekend of St. Patrick's Week revelry and March Madness.

The new layout offers over 150 seats, slightly more than what was available with booths, according to Peter Mounayer, The Boundary's general manager.

A shuffleboard table in the back of the restaurant was not impacted by the revamp.

Mounayer said the group increased its number of  flat-screen TV screens from 14 to 26. New "high top" tables are designed to make it easier to watch games and to create a more open environment, Mounayer said.

Owned by Bottleneck Management Group, The Boundary opened in 2008 and has about 35 workers. The remodeling also brought a few new servers and a bartender on board, Mounayer said.

For more info on the renovations, visit The Boundary's blog.

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