2.5 min readBy Published On: September 3rd, 2012Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

For September 14th:

Mix and Mingle:
New Southie Thursdays is back on Thursday, September 13th at Wolfie’s (81 L Street).  Starting at 9pm, come meet up with your New Southie friends, and maybe meet some new ones.  Come out for South Boston’s Gay Night.

Shop:
Festival of fun – South Boston Street Festival.  The forecast for Saturday looks perfect to browse and shop amidst 100 local merchants, artists, and organizations along East Broadway from L to I streets.  There will also be live entertainment on two stages including Southie’s favorite band Thomas Park and The Peggy Woods School of Irish Dance.  The festival kicks off at 11am and Mix 104.1’s Kennedy will be your emcee for the day.  For more information go to www.southbostonstreetfestival.com.

Eat:
Have a hankering for some homestyle barbecue?  Head to Larry J’s BBQ Cafe on the Southie Waterfront.  Located in the South Boston Maritime Park kiosk at the corner of Seaport Boulevard and D Street, Larry’s menu features Texas style barbecue with tasty treats like fire balls, fried pickles, pulled pork and ribs.  Stop by and give it a try.  They are open Monday – Wednesday 11:30AM – 8:00PM, Thursday 11:30AM – 6:00PM, Friday – Saturday 11:30AM – 8:00PM.  Sunday – closed.  Don’t forget the napkins!

Drink:
The Quencher Tavern.  Located on the ground floor of a triple-decker, The Q’s interior is true hole in the wall charm and is usually packed with a local cast of characters.  The drink prices are cheap and the jukebox will have you dancing in no time. 

Cheer:
The Patriots are facing the Arizona Cardinals at the home game opener on Sunday.  Game kicks off at 1pm at Gillette Stadium.  Looking for a place to watch, we’ve got some suggestions: https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game

Drive:
Drivers, start your engines.  It’s the Annual Boston Police Athletic League Grand Prix on Saturday, September 15th.  Watch as the Southie waterfront transforms into a Formula 1 racetrack on Seaport Boulevard between Northern Ave. and Wharf Road.  It’s a four hour team endurance race to benefit the youth programs of the Boston Police Athletic League.  For more information or to register a team, got to wwww.bostonpal.org.

Honor:
If you forget my death, then I died in vain.  Come remember a group of fallen heros at the Thirty-first anniversary of the South Boston Vietnam Memorial.  On Sunday, September 16th the day begins with a memorial Mass at ST. Brigid’s Church at 10:30am followed by the rededication ceremony at Medal of Honor Park at 11:30am.  Guest Speaker will be General Joseph F. Dunford, Assistant Commandant Us Marine Corps.  We hope you can attend this special day.

Work:

Southie’s favorite sports bar is looking for help!  Now hiring for bar and waitstaff.  Give Tommy at call at 617-504-0353.