Since it’s the last official weekend of summer spend it on the water! The South Boston Waterfront is packed with hot spots from young and trendy to refined and elegant. Sit seaside, enjoy the view and share a meal with someone special. https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/eat-and-drink Bonus – there are fireworks on Saturday night!
Savor that last weekend of summer with some sangria! Social Wines (52 West Broadway) has a perfect recipe that is simply delicious! Make a pitcher and raise your glass to the summer of 2015. For recipe visit: http://socialwinesbos.com/sangria
Get ready to be dazzled by fireworks over Boston Harbor on Saturday, September 5th at 9pm! For the first time in over 15 years, a “battle of the barges” fireworks show returns to Boston Harbor! Barges anchored off the North End and Seaport will illuminate the skyline with spectacular volleys set to music. Best viewing locations are East Boston’s Piers Park, Downtown’s Christopher Columbus Park and Long Wharf, and the Seaport’s Fan Pier. The fireworks and music will also be televised live on New England Cable News beginning at 8:30pm, with music also broadcast on MAGIC 106.7 beginning at 9pm.
The North American Currach Association will host a regatta on Saturday, September 5th at Carson Beach. Boston’s Irish Currach Rowing Club will be one of seven teams participating in this exciting event. Stop by and check it out. It begins at 12pm.
Dinner and a show! Celebrate Seaport Entertainment week with dinner and a comedy show at Laugh Boston – 425 Summer Street. This special promotion goes through Friday, September 4th and 10% goes to the March of Dimes. Sweet. For participants visit: http://www.sbeaboston.com
Lincoln – 425 West Broadway – will be open for brunch on Labor Day – Monday, September 7th from 10am-3pm. Order up one of their four different types of Blood Marys and a breakfast pizza, Lincoln is the perfect spot to celebrate the last official weekend of the summer!
Did you overindulge this summer? Make a resolution to get in shape this September! From martial arts to the barre class, Southie’s got something for everybody when it comes out to workout facilities. Check out our 9 Places to Workout in Southie! https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/9-places-workout
Hey ladies – time to clean out your closets. Closet Connection (553 East Broadway) is in search of your fall castaways. So do a little purging this weekend and make an appointment. Not only will you be freeing up much needed space, but you’ll be making a little bit of cash too. The Closet Connection offers all consignors a 40/60 split. For more information: https://caughtinsouthie.com/shop/closet-connection
Make a trip to Georges Island to be scared by the local legend the Lady in Black! Bring the kids or a group of friends for some good old fashioned scary fun on The Legend of the Lady in Black Tour at 2:15pm on Saturday and Sunday. Ferries depart regularly from Long Wharf in Boston over the weekend – http://www.bostonharborislands.org/#!ferry-schedule-summer/ca1j
Take a picture! It’s the CIS Instagram Challenge! Did you know we’re on Instagram? It’s true, we are! You can find us at caughtinsouthie, if you’re not following us yet get on it! And if you’re not even on Instagram yet what the heck are you waiting for? We love Instagram! We love posting pics of our favorite Southie scenes, and we love seeing your pics, so we thought we’d create a little “challenge” to celebrate our love. We have a prompt for each day, and we’d love you to use them to show us your Southie. And along the way we’re going to give out some prizes, it’s going to be rad! Get the full scoop here: https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/cis-instagram-challenge
Date night pick:
Think outside the box when it comes to a Friday night date. Head to the Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowes Wharf and enjoy a classic crowd-pleaser at their outdoor theater. Each summer the harborside terrace is transformed into an outdoor cinema under the stars from June through August. This week the featured movie is the classic John Wayne – The Quiet Man. The movie begins at sunset and is free and open to the public. We recommend getting their a little early to find a spot.