2.4 min readBy Published On: September 24th, 2012Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments on Weekend Picks

for October 5th

Southie’s newest eating and drink spot has opened it’s doors.  Featuring a wood-fire oven, Lincoln’s menu includes pizza, kobe sliders, burgers to comfort favorites including, Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Truffled Mac and Cheese.  Everything on the menu is under $20.  For peek at the full menu visit their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/LincolnSouthBoston/app_211427168875708

Cheers to the Boston Cocktail Summit.  Beginning Thursday, October 4th watch, learn and drink cocktails at this first time ever event consisting of 60 events, seminars, dinners and exhibits taking place at various hotels and spots around town.   Enjoy seminars like How to Order a Great Wine Every Time and How To Drink for a Living.  Fun events include The Bacardi 150th Anniversary Party and Beam’s Bourbon County BBQ. ?Tickets for individual events range in price from $25 to $50.  If you live like a high-roller opt for the 3 Day Summit Pass for $325.  This event goes through Sunday, October 6th. ?For more information visit: http://www.bostoncocktailsummit.com/index.html

We can breathe a sigh of relief now that Patriots are back on track, they play Sunday against the Broncos on Sunday, October 7th at 4:25.  We hear Seapoint has a new 82 inch screen TV – not a bad seat in the house!  For suggestions of where to watch the game visit: https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game

Get your pet blessed at the Blessing of the Animals on Sunday, October 7th after the 12pm Mass at Gate of Heaven.  Have little Rover or Fluffy receive a special blessing in honor of St. Francis of Assisi – patron saint of animals. 

Treat your skin to a The Fall Harvest Facial at Nurture (127 L Street).  This deliciously spicy pumpkin enzyme smells good enough to eat!  It gently digests and exfoliates dead skin cells and impurities while delivering pumpkin’s botanical repair to the skin.  The pumpkin exfoliation is followed by steam, extraction, face and hand massage, and a hydrating mask leaving you with glowing, rejuvenated skin. $80 to book an appointment call  
A purple haze is settling upon faces this fall.  Pretty purples and deep plum is a must-try trend in make-up but fear not – the shade works with many skin tones and comfort levels.  Lauren Genatassio, make-up guru and owner of Sarra (840 Summer Street) offers up some tips on how to add a little color to your face this fall. Sarra has everything from eyeshadows, lipsticks, eyeliners and blushes that feature this fall trend.  https://caughtinsouthie.com/shop/deep-purple

The Closet Connection, Habit and Ku de Ta have just what you need to update your closet and make sure you are on trend for fall.  Check out four looks we love from these boutiques: