1.9 min readBy Published On: December 21st, 2017Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments on Weekend Picks – Christmas Edition

The Broadway is now serving brunch!  Enjoy Boozy S’mores Hot Chocolate,Coffee & Donuts – classic Irish coffee served with a two donut hot skewer, Cinnamon Monkey Bread – warm from the hearth with maple cream cheese icing, Sausage scramble biscuit – milk gravy, black pepper & cheddar and Skinny egg whites, kale pesto & tomato frittata (v) feta & fine herbs!  Yum!  Stop by this weekend!  Don’t forget to pick up your gift cards (Buy $50 get a $10 bonus) and drop off a Toy for Tots – you get a $10 gift card!  Sweet!

Give the gift of wine!  Nestled in the heart of Fort Point, Mayhew Wine Shop is like a candy shop for adults featuring an eclectic selection of wines, craft beers and cheese! Mayhew has gathered up a curated collection of wines in all price points perfect for gift giving!  Check it out here! 

Time’s a ticking! Still have Christmas shopping to do? Here is our list of suggestions for some serious stocking stuffing and last minute gift ideas! 

Here is a Christmas Mass schedule for South Boston.  After all, Jesus is the reason for the season!

Tom Brady and the Patriots face the Bills on Sunday at 1pm.  Cheer them on at one of our picks of places to watch the game in Southie. 

Cheers to the holiday season!  Sticking around the neighborhood this weekend? Roza Lyons will be open on Christmas Eve!  Stop by and have a drink or two!

Sticking around this weekend?  Throw a little Christmas movie mixer at your place!  Heather offers her tips on how to throw a fun Home Alone party! 

Get rid of the holiday stress and work off all those egg nog calories with a little Fighter’s Conditioning at Peter Welch’s Gym!  There will be three classes on Sunday, December 24th at 10am.  Punching the bag never felt so good.  PWG will be closed on Christmas.

And just like that, 2017 is almost over. New Year’s Eve is the biggest party night of the year. But why not skip the frenzy downtown, the struggle for a cab and the fight for a drink and stay local? Here are some of our favorite picks for a very Southie New Year’s Eve. 

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