1.9 min readBy Published On: March 6th, 2014Categories: Features0 Comments

March 7th

Eat:
Whether you are a practicing Catholic or just love fish – Seapoint’s famous fish is back for Lent.  Fresh haddock and scallops will be on the menu on Fridays throughout April.  Enjoy your seafood fried, baked  or parmesan style over pasta.  Each meal is served with salad, bread, and your choice of potato.  See you there.  Seapoint – 367 East Eighth Street.

Drink:
Williams Tavern (92 A Street) is celebrating two new craft draught beers with Anheuser Busch on Friday, March 7th.  Order either Hawaii’s Kona Longboard, a popular California beer or Chicago’s Goose Island Honkers Ale and the beer is on the house.  Order some appetizers from their menu and make a night of it!

Shop:
Do you have your green all picked out yet for St. Patrick’s Day yet?  Just in time, local Southie boutiques will help you with the wearing of the green just in time for the parade.  Check this out: https://caughtinsouthie.com/guide-st-patricks-day/wearing-green

Register:
Get ready to run! Lace up those sneaker and run for a great cause – the South Boston Boys and Girls Club Keystone Teen Leadership Program.  Start your parade day, March 16th, with a brisk 5K run over Broadway and around Farragut Statue.  This fun race begins at 11am and is capped at 1,750 runners.  The cost to run is $22.50 and you must register by March 9th.   For more information visit:
http://www.bgcb.org/our-location/south-boston-club/2013-st-patricks-day-…

Watch:
Game on!  Bruins take on the Capitals tonight at 7pm.  On Saturday the B’s face the Lightning at 7pm and then on Sunday the Panthers at 5pm.  Wonder where to watch the game?  We’ve got some suggestions: https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game

See:
South Boston’s newest art gallery is now open.  555 Gallery (555 East Second Street) islocated in South Boston where old industrial and new residential meet on East Second Street and features moving and inspiring photography. The gallery resides in a 2000 square feet of a renovated 1950 manufacturing plant at street level  –  below the LaMontagne Gallery. Open Tuesday – Friday 10am to 6pm and Saturday Noon to 5pm.  Check it out! http://www.555gallery.com/