2.9 min readBy Published On: September 12th, 2013Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle1 Comment

September 13th

Eat:
We know breakfast is the most important meal of the day and weekends are the perfect time to indulge in a big one.  Whether you are looking to load up on some protein or if you are slightly hungover and in need of something substantial in your stomach, we’ve got the scoop on the local breakfast joints in town.  Feel like having a mimosa?  We can tell you about brunch too. https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/how-do-you-your-eggs

Drink:
Kick it old school.  It’s all about the Rat Pack this Saturday night, September 14th, at the Seapoint (367 East Eighth Street).  The Rich Dimare Band will be croning your favorite hits by Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr, Tony Bennet and Dean Martin.   The show starts at 9pm and there is no cover charge. As always, the Seapoint has plenty of free parking.  Drink a martini or an old fashioned or better yet order up the winner of the Caught in Southie Summer Cocktail Challenge – the CosMONA. 

Cheer:
The Pats take on the dreaded Jets Thursday night at 8:25pm at Gillette Stadium.  Root on Tom Brady at one of the many hot spots around Southie perfect to watch the game.  Here are our suggestions: https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game

Grand Opening:
Neatly Nested – interior design and decor shop – will celebrate it’s grand opening Thursday, September 12th at 6:30pm.  Featuring hand painted furniture, to small-batch candles to unique light fixtures, Neatly Nested will also offer in-home design consultations and services. Light refreshments will be served and the South Boston community is invited.  Stop by and welcome Neatly Nested to the ‘hood.

Shop:
One stop – two shops.  The Fashion Truck visits Closet Connection this Thursday night.  Stop by on September 12 at 6pm and hunt through the racks of designer duds at Closet Connection and hop aboard the Fashion Truck to discover trendy tops, dresses and accessories.

Participate:
Festival of fun. 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 be food, children’s activities and live entertainment including local favorite Thomas Park and the Wood’s School of Irish Dance.  For a full details visit: https://caughtinsouthie.com/sb-street-festival.  Insider’s tip: Get your hair braided at Nurture Salon’s Braid Bar for $10.

Honor:
Never forget.  The South Boston Vietnam Memorial 32th Anniversary happens on Sunday, September 15th.  This memorial can be found at  M Street Park. Everyone listed on the monument had come to the park sometime during their childhood. This monument is thought to be the first Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial in the country.  Every fall the Memorial is rededicated as the family and friends of these men gather and remember their lives and the sacrifices they all made.   Come show your respect and support and let all know that they did not die in vain.?Each soldier listed is immortalized in a brief but moving bio about his life on the website www.sbvnm.org.  We encourage you to read and learn about each and everyone one of them.  ?Sunday, September, 15th Memorial Mass at St. Brigid’s Church 10:30AM, Re-dedication Ceremony Medal of Honor park 11:30 AM featuring guest speaker – Lieutenant General Robert E. Milstead, Jr.  Deputy Commandant, US Marine Corps.  Reception to follow at the Michael J. Perkins Post.??

 

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