3.3 min readBy Published On: September 11th, 2015Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

September 11th

Eat:
The much anticipated South Boston restaurant Coppersmith is open for business this weekend!  This new hot spot located at 40 West Third Street will feature  food trucks, a rooftop raw bar, a giant patio, and a spacious bar and will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Let us know if you go! 

Drink:
Take a field trip to Dorchester and visit the new distillery nestled in Port Norfolk.  Boston Harbor Distillery (12R Ericsson Street) is now opening and hosting tours seven days a week.  This pre-Civil War era historical building now houses Boston Harbor Distillery and has a tasting room, distilling facility, event space and hopes to offer specialty cocktail classes soon.  Founded by Rhonda Kallman – from Boston Beer Company – BHD has blended distilled creations named after historical area entrepreneurs like Putnam New England Whiskey, Seymour’s Coffee Liquor, and Lawley’s New England Spirit.  Tours are given Thursday and Friday 4-8PM(Every Half Hour) or by appointment  Saturday 12-8PM(Every Half Hour)BHD is located directly to the left of Venezia Restaurant.  For more information visit: http://bostonharbordistillery.com

Shop:
Do you love America?  Food and music along the water? Of course you do! This weekend, The Innovation & Design Building, located on Dry Dock Ave, will host the widely talked-about pop-up marketplace, American Field by Ball and Buck. From beer to threads to flasks, the 4th Annual Boston American Field is a multi-city stop for all things made in the U.S.A.  This Saturday September 12th and Sunday the 13th, from 10:00am to 6:00pm, 80 local brands, food trucks, and retailers will line the promenade to celebrate the best in American goods and the people who make them.  Attendees can look forward Boston’s favorite bacon spot “The Bacon Truck”, beer from Narragansett, and other local favorites.The event is free and open to the public—so come on down to the Seaport and support the local businesses that keep this country and our communities running.  To find out participating vendors visit: http://americanfield.us/pages/boston-2015

Play:
Celebrate the end of the summer at the cleanest beach in Boston!  Mayor Marty Walsh & Save the Harbor/Save the Bay will be your hosts on Saturday, September 12th from 12pm-5pm for some fun in the sun on the Curley Community Center’s family friendly beach at M Street. There will be kayaks and paddle boards to keep you cool on the water.  Enjoy games, live music by the Endless Summer Band, and some good old fashioned family fun!  Bring your appetite too!  Sweet Cheeks will be providing a pig roast for the first 500 people.  
Be on the lookout for blue marbles hidden on the beach.  If you find a blue marble take a photo with it and email it to: [email protected] Winners will be entered into a drawing to win 2 Jet Blue tickets to the destination of choice! 

Workout:
One of Boston’s hottest new studios is bringing the heat to The Lawn on D! Come on down to The Lawn on D for a Cyc Fitness pop-up class taught by The Cyc Method creator Keoni Hudoba. An awesome workout is guaranteed! Plus, each rider will receive a complimentary tote bag with a BluePrint Cleanse juice, Quest bars and two first time rider cards! There are still some bikes left! Make sure to reserve your spot now! Visit: http://tinyurl.com/ofdv6vp to 
reserve your spot! 

See:
Friday night is family movie night at the BCYC Curley Community Center M Street Family Beach.  Enjoy a free showing of Disney’s McFarland USA, popcorn, soda and water!  The free movie night is being sponsored by Hub Church in South Boston, in partnership with the City of Boston.  Movie starts at sunset and don’t forget to bring a blanket or chair!