4.7 min readBy Published On: October 30th, 2014Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

Eat:
Kids in costumes eat free the week of Halloween at Salvatore’s (225 Northern Ave.) in the Seaport District.  Stop by October 27th – November 1st and enjoy!  Kids  – no dining alone – you must be accompanied by an adult making a qualified purchase – or the deal is off! 

Drink:
Social Wines (52 West Broadway) is getting in the spirit with a festive fall punch that ghoulishly delicious.  Stop by on Friday from 5:30pm-8:00pm and have a taste – maybe they’ll share the recipe with you!  

See:
Twice a year the artists and craftspeople of South Boston open their doors to share their work and their studios with the public. Come meet the artists and discover that’s new in the Southie art scene. South Boston Open Studios is free and open to the public, rain or shine and takes place on Saturday, November 1st 12pm-6pm and Sunday, November 2nd, 12pm-6pm.  For a full list of participants visit:www.southbostonopenstudios.com

Laugh:
Laugh Boston (425 Summer Street) is hosting a McCarthys viewing party for its premiere Thursday night at 9:30pm.  The McCarthys – a sitcom about a lovable Irish-Catholic family that lives in South Boston is on Thursdays at 9:30pm on CBS.  Here’s the premise:  The McCarthy are lifelong Southie residents that all live within blocks of one another (just like my family) but spend most of their time in their parents’ home in a triple-decker (no mention of whether this triple-decker is now condos or not).  This event is free! Sweet! For more information visit: http://laughboston.com

Watch:
Tom Brady and the Patriots taken on the dreaded Peyton Manning and the Broncos on Sunday at 4:25pm.  Wondering where to watch the game?  Here are our suggestions: https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game

Read:
November’s issue of Boston Magazine features a beautifully written story by Jennifer Roberts about growing up in Southie in the 1980’s.  Her feelings of isolation, confusion, and shame are captured articulately in her own words, in an essay about living in a tight-knit Irish neighborhood.  “I was a typical Southie kid, one of six, born to a single mother, raised in a triple-decker, surrounded by Whitey Bulger’s violence and fierce Irish pride. There was only one thing that kept me on the outside: Despite my mother’s claims to the contrary, we were black.” It is Jen’s story and it is a courageous one.  We highly recommend you read, “One of Us.”  You can find it here: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2014/10/28/jennifer-roberts-i…

Shop:
The New Modern is our newest fashion piece on Caught in Southie shot on location at the West Square Luxury Apartments featuring local Southie boutiques.  Check it out and see if there’s anything that tickles your fancy.  Shop local!  It’s good for everyone! https://caughtinsouthie.com/shop/new-modern

Trick or Treat:
Trick or treat!  Smell my feet!  Beware of little ghosts and goblins (and their parents) roaming the streets in search for Halloween candy.  East and West Broadway will be filled with trick or treaters on Friday, October 31st from 4pm-6pm picking up candy from local businesses and residences.  So be warned!  This event is free and is hosted by the members of the South Boston Chamber of Commerce.

Take a picture:
From now through Halloween, Joyce Lebedew Real Estate will be accepting and posting photos of dogs done up in their finest Halloween costumes. Everyone’s invited to vote online for their favorite. The photo with the most Facebook “likes” by November 1st at 6:00 pm will win a $100 gift card to BYOD in South Boston. BYOD, located at 617 East Broadway, promotes the health and wellness of dogs through keeping your pooch clean, and through support of a healthy diet, mental and physical stimulation and consistent training. Here’s how it works: Submit your photos via email to [email protected] And be sure to VOTE on the JLRE Facebook page where the images will be posted.

Dance:
Ghost up the Post  – Caught in Southie’s favorite DJ, DJ Kait will be spinning the tunes at the Perkins Post (O and East Fourth) on Friday, October 31st from 8pm to 1am.  There will be food, dancing, cash bar, and prizes for best costume.  Tickets are $10 at the door.  We hear there will be a crew of adorable Boston firefighters working the door and tending the bar (Dennis Alessandro, Ryan Long and Tommy Keane).  We say stop by and wish them a Happy Halloween!

Win:
District Howl Halloween (75 Northern Ave.) – The spooky fun kicks off at 9pm with live music featuring Never in Vegas.  $500 bucks to the best costume winner.  This event is sponsored by Bacardi and promises to be the “biggest Halloween Bash in the Seaport District.”   Cost is $10.  http://www.eventbrite.com/e/district-howl-halloween-districthowl-tickets… Enter the code caughtinsouthie to get at $5 discount at checkout!  Sweet!

Back in Time:
Lucky’s Lounge ( 355 Congress Street)  – Lucky’s  is going back to the 80’s.   Bust out your neon, you boy toy fashions, and your Flock of Seagulls hairdo and relive the 1980’s with live music from Classic Yellow.

Open House:
Just on the market – take a peek at this single family located at 389 K Street.  4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 1876 sq ft, 1block from Carson Beach, not 1 but 2 parking spaces! Open house Sunday. 1 to 3 pm if you can’t make open house and would like to see it please call Teddy O at 617-620-9082.