4.5 min readBy Published On: September 14th, 2017Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle1 Comment

Eat:
Football season is upon us!  Host a Pats party and let Lincoln do the cooking!  They’ve got everything from their famous spicy wings to picnic style fried chicken to smash burgers and more!  Available in half orders and full orders depending on your crowd. All takeout orders require 72 hours’ notice and must be picked up at the restaurant. Email [email protected] for all orders and inquiries. For more information, call 617.765.8636 or visit www.lincolnsouthboston.com.

Drink:
Raise your glass!  It’s the Guinness and Oyster Festival at the Lawn on D on Saturday, September 16th from 12noon-9pm.  Enjoy $1 oysters, live Irish bands, celtic dancers and plenty of Guinness on tap!  All ages welcome! For more information visit here!   

Sit:
With sunny skies forecasted, the patio at Gather (one of favorite spots) is open this weekend to take a seat and take in the sights of the Seaport.  Stop by for lunch, brunch, dinner or cocktails!  We recommend the chicken and waffles bites and the sangria – you’re welcome!

Shop:
Shop till you drop!  Get ready to eat, sip, and shop amidst 100 local merchants, artists, restaurants and organizations along East Broadway from L to I streets featuring the Best of South Boston at the South Boston Street Festival!  There will also be live entertainment, plenty of kids activities, surprises and more!  Don’t forget to support the South Boston Public Library too!  They’ll be having a book sale! The fun takes place on Saturday, September 16th from 11am-4pm! See you there!  Stop by the library too and show you support.  They’ll be hosting a book sale from 10am-4pm.  $2 for hard covered books, one dollar for paper backs, 50 cents for CDs 25 cents for children’s books and $2 for vinyl. Enjoy complimentary coffee!

See:
Who says the Fourth of July is the only time to be patriotic? On September 16 & 17, the Innovation and Design Building will host American Field, an annual pop-up market showcasing American-made products from brands across the country, including local favorites Ball and Buck and New Balance. It’ll be a celebration of maker culture, craftsmanship and intentional design. Visitors can support local brands, meet the makers in person, and sample cocktails from Maker’s Mark or get a haircut from Ball and Buck!  American Field is free and open to the public September 16th and 17th, 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Stop by and check it out!

Do:
Treasure Hunt!  Head to Spectacle Island on Sunday for a free Treasures of Spectacle Island cruise! Save the Harbor Save the Bay is hosting this fun event where you hunt for sea glass and artifacts on Treasure Beach, hick the North Drumlin for a view of the city and harbor, and fish with the Youth Environmental Education Program staff!  Parking begins at the World Trade Center at 9:30am aboard the Provincetown II.  The boat will head back to the Seaport at 1:30pm with a 2pm arrival.  The snack bar will be open or you can bring a picnic lunch!   Check out their Instagram post to RSVP.

Dance:
Dust off your dance shoes!  Celebrity Series of Boston is bringing dance and live music to Dewey Square Park beginning September 13th. “Let’s Dance Boston” will return to the Rose Kennedy Greenway with a FREE five-day dance and live music extravaganza on The Greenway. Each event features a different style of dance along with a live band preceded by expert dance instructors. Sessions begins with a 45-minute free dance lesson taught by professional teachers in the dance style of the evening. After the lesson, a live band performs a 90-minute set to accompany the dancing and continue the party.  This weekend’s lineup includes mambo, disco, salsa and yiddish folk dance!  You can see the schedule here! 

Disco:
Kick it old school Southie-style at Seapoint. Revisit the good old days and enjoy Southie DJ legend Dru Errico as he spins the tunes at Seapoint  Saturday night beginning at 8pm.   Plan on dancing the night away to such local favorites like Happy Radio and Young Hearts Run Free! No cover charge.  Plenty of parking!

Ride:
Students ride for free! Kick off your school year with complimentary indoor cycling classes at The Handle Bar! Current college students and graduate students are invited to ride for free at any of three locations of The Handle Bar including South Boston (141 Dorchester Ave.)! Space is available on a walk-in basis with a student ID.

Shake:
Shake your money maker at C2.  Buti Yoga is back on the schedule.  This class is anything but boring and combines yoga, strength, stretch and tribal dance.  You’ll be sweating the whole time!  Buti Yoga takes place on Saturdays at 9:30am.  You can register here!

Support:
Roza Lyons has organized a special fundraiser to help support Texas and Florida to Stay Strong!  Soy by Roza Lyons – 709 East Broadway from 7pm-11pm and make a donation of toiletries, clothes, baby goods, school supplies, batteries, canned goods, first aid items, pillows or blankets, hand sanitizer and gift cards!

Open House:
Check out 14 WEST on Sunday!  Get a peak at the property on Sunday, September 17th at 11am-1pm. Enjoy a unique experience going up to all levels of the property to see the footprints and the views of the units!  Interested parties should meet at the trailer at 14 WEST Broadway!  Check out our 5 Reason Why You Should Move to 14 WEST! 

One Comment

  1. Ken Mackie September 14, 2017 at 9:31 pm - Reply

    All yuppie activities at all the yuppie establishments that have invaded the Old South Boston that I grew up in.

    And FYI, the Seaport as you yuppies love to call it is actually known as the Fish Pier by us old Southie people.

    That’s when Jimmy’s Harbor side and the Grotto and the Pier Grill were the only places to go back then. The worst thing that ever happened to Southie was when the tall ships first come into Castle Island. That attracted all you yuppies to come in and when you seen how beautiful Southie was you pulled out the check books that mother and father gave you and bought the whole damn town. Now us original Southie people can’t afford to live there anymore.

    But you will never know the Southie we knew or have the Southie we had.

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