2.2 min readBy Published On: May 21st, 2013Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments on Weekend Picks

May 31st

Family fun:
Looking for some good old-fashioned family fun?  The MOMS Club of South Boston will be hosting a Southie Family Fun Day on Saturday, June 1st from 11am-4pm at Marine Park.  There will be bouncy houses, DJ Jim, Simon Says, Super Cool Beans, and a demonstration by Ultimate Self Defense. ??Also on deck, face painting, arts and crafts, Elmo, Iron Man, Cinderella, Belle & more! This event is free and open to the public.

Game on!  Let the series begin- the Bruins vs. the Penguins in game one of the series.  Puck drops at 8pm.  Wondering where to watch the game?  We’ve got some suggestions. https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game

Catch a breeze harborside.  Temperatures are just right for eating and drinking al fresco.  Check out our quick guide of where to eat, drink, and play on the Waterfront.  https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/eat-and-drink


  • Eastside Market (474 East Eighth) is offering a tasting on Friday at 5pm.  Enjoy The Beach House by Douglas Green, a combination of a sauvignon blanc and a semillon.
  • Social Wines (52 West Broadway) is tasting wine on Friday from 5:30-8:00pm. Try a new and interesting wine at their weekly tastings.
  • Bee’s Knees (12 Farnsworth Street) is going international on Saturday, June 1st.  From 4pm-6pm, enjoy beers from around the world. 

The long and short of it.  Ku de Ta has some new cool dresses perfect for trips to the beach this summer.  Stop by and shop there new selection of maxi dresses and beach cover-ups.

Open Studios! The South Boston artists community wants you to come on out to The Distillery (516 East Second St.) on Sunday, June 2nd from 12noon to 6pm.   Meet the artists and check out what’s new in the local arts scene during South Boston Open Studios.

Cinematic Disobedience is back!  Come learn about the mysterious origins of all-American foods: peanut butter, hamburgers, and mustard, with the help of Woody Allen and a funky soundtrack, and keep up with latest food industry technologies of 1975.   On Sunday, June 2nd at Studio Soto (10 Channel Center) watch some films and enjoy some food.  Cinematic Disobedience is a loosely-structured, no-budget film & potluck series with a focus on social issues that are relevant to the Boston community. Doors at 6pm, screening at 7. Suggested donation: $5-10.  Thematic snacks will be provided. 

The Cornerstone (16 West Broadway) will feature the live entertainment of Chachi on Friday, May 31st.  While you’re there enjoy their pitcher and pizza special for just $10.  Can’t beat that!