If you haven’t tried KO Catering and Pies yet, you don’t know what you are missing. The pie crust is flaky and golden and filled with savory meat and cheese warm and delicious. Add a side of fries with chicken salt and it’s a little bit of heaven. But K0 Catering and Pies doesn’t just serve meat pies. Their menu is filled with Australian favorites like chicken schnitzel burgers ($5.50), and spicy shrimp on the barbie served with rice and salad for $8.50. They also have a great caesar salad ($6.00) and fish and chips ($11.50). And we hear there fish sandwich is unbelievably delicious! For hours visit: http://kocateringandpies.com/
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.
Embrace the power of positivity. A new crop of Alex & Ani has arrived at Ku de Ta (663 East Broadway). If you don’t have one around your wrist yet, what are you waiting for. The trendy bracelets can been seen on teens to seniors and Ku de Ta has a whole new crop of them ripe for the picking! Prices start at $24. Get ’em while their hot!
This ain’t your Nana’s Bingo! Gather up the girls, slips on your high heels and go play some Bingo! St. Peter Academy is playing host to this exciting night of cocktails, prizes and surprises. It takes place at the Seapoint Restaurant (367 East Eighth Street) on Friday, February 1st at 6:30pm. There will be a cash bar, complimentary raffle ticket, a chance to win prizes including Coach, Vera Bradley and Yankee Candle (to name a few) and it’s for a great cause – the kids of St. Peter Academy. Tickets are $25 and going fast. ?So come on! You might just get lucky and yell, “BINGO!” For more information and to purchase tickets email Maria Blasi at [email protected]
It’s that time of year again. Time for the Annual Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition at the Walsh Center (Behind the courthouse and next to the Java House on East Broadway). It takes place on Super bowl Sunday and it’s for boys and girls ages 10-14. 12pm kicks off the 10-12 year olds. 1pm for teens 13 and 14 years old.
Pizza and Soda served after the contest. An application must be filled out.
Sure, we’re bummed too that the Pat’s were eliminated in the playoffs, but we still love an excuse to eat and drink! It’s Superbowl Sunday this Sunday, February 3rd and we’ve got some suggestions on where to watch the Ravens take on the 49’ers. https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/are-you-ready-some-football
Try something new! If you’ve been dying to trying wildly popular Barre class, well now’s your chance. C2 Pilates is running a great introductory class promotion. For just $11 you can give it a try. Once you try it, you’re hooked! They also offer a special intro.combo pack where you can try all of the dynamic class at C2 including, Barre, Pilates, Yoga, Core and Zenga for just $55. For more information and class schedule visit their new and improved website at www.c2pilates.com