Went there with a friend on a Tuesday night during Dine out...found the restaurant half empty, which may be more a sign of the times than a reflection of the restaurant's quality.
Our greeter and server were pleasant and prompt. Surprised me a bit that while no one was sitting at the bar, the TV was on, and my companion compulsively kept glancing at the screen. Ruined it a bit for me, I think. Ambiance on the whole was OK, a bit drafty, but the place was half empty afterall.
We started with the beef carpacio (decent) and seafood chowder (pretty good, maybe a bit too much pepper), then for main course we had the chicken (really good, but the risotto was under-salted) and steak medallion (beef was a bit gristly, potato was COLD!!). For dessert we had the chocolate mousse (standard issue) and creme brulee (the top was completely burnt and bitter). Wine pairing was not exceptional. that's a 3 out of 6 for me...50%! Barely passing.
I'd have to say I'm a bit disappointed with the whole expericence. I'm all about the quality of the food (will put up with crappy service if the food is excellent). For such a slow night, and during Dine Out when you're suppose to showcase your restaurant to bring in more clientele, Bogart's simply didn't cut the mustard.
I may come back to give them a second chance after dine out, as it's pretty close to home, and try something on their regular menu.