3.2 min readBy Published On: September 19th, 2014Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments on Weekend Picks – September 18th

Breakfast is back.  Starting this weekend, the Seapoint  (367 East Eighth) brings back their popular breakfast from 10a-1pm.   From Irish breakfast to a breakfast burrito, the Seapoint serves up your favorites.  Their mile-high Bloody Marys and tasty mimosas are worth a try too.  Stick around for the game later.

Try it!  You’ll like it!  Social Wines (52 West Broadway) has a new wine on their shelves  – Tenuta Terraviva Solobianco.  This Italian wine is a blend of Trebbiano, Chardonnay and Malvasia and we hear it’s delicious.  This week this medium to light body floral and honey wine is on sale for $17 a bottle.  According to the wine experts at Social Wines, “Solobianco would be a great choice to have with roast white meats, Thanksgiving dinner or just chilling out on a sunny weekend.”  Stop by and pick up a bottle (or two)!

Boutikey – the Boston-based mobile fashion app has launched an e-commerce shopping site at www.shopboutikey.com and features two Southie boutiques.  Pretty Reckless and Ku De Ta are part of the curated online shopping experience so sneak a peek this weekend.  You can always walk to the local shops too if you see something you like!  Ku De Ta is also offering a special 20% off denim coupon for Caught in Southie readers – a perfect excuse to buy yourself those jeans you want! http://deals.cis-staging.q9hwj0b7-liquidwebsites.com/South-Boston/Retail-and-Services/Clothing/coupon/Ku-De-Ta/Enjoy-20-off-Denim/13934

Family Fun:
As the summer winds down, why not spend one last day of fun in the sun.  The City Point Neighborhood Association will like to invite you to their annual Summer Sizzle on Saturday, September 20th 11am-2pm at Marine Park. There will be food, fun, an aquarium touch tank and painting with legendary Southie artist Dan McCole. This event is brought to you by the CPNA, Sullivan’s at Castle Island and Save the Harbor, Save the Bay
Sounds like fun to us!   See you there!

To the core.  We know you’ve been living the high-life this summer – cookouts, day-drinking at the beach, skipping the gym.  September is like the new January when it comes to resolutions.  Try C2 Pilates new and wildly popular class CORE™ Athletic Conditioning & Performance Training.  This high-energy, boot-camp style class infuses moves like squats, mountain climbers with balance and stretching all with a medicine ball adding in for good measure.  For more information or to see the schedule visit: www.c2pilates.com  New to C2?  Check out this deal: http://deals.cis-staging.q9hwj0b7-liquidwebsites.com/C2-Pilates/South-Boston/02127/deals/3-BarreCore-classes–New-Students-Only/78875/6668

Who knows what treasures you’ll find at a yard sale?  Stop by 524 East Third Street on
on Saturday 10:00-3:00 for a good old fashioned yard sale.  Let us know if you find anything good!

Medicine Wheel Productions presents Earth to Heaven an new exhibit which investigates several big/timeless questions individuals, civilizations and societies have been asking for centuries:
Where do we come from? Is there an afterlife? Are we alone in the universe? How do we grieve for, remember and/or honor those we have lost? Opening reception and gallery talk is Saturday, September 20th at 7pm along with  free performance Doñagdeo: Mapping the Unseen- created by Basil El Halwagy & performed by Wendy Jehlen.  Artists in the show: Basil El Halwagy, Jesseca Ferguson, Claes Gabriel, Katina Spileos Hayward, Susan Thompson, Kurt Tong, Robin Shores, Ann Wessmann, and Dorothea Van Camp. 

The Pats face the Raiders at the first home opener at Gillette Stadium at 1pm.  Here are some suggestions of places to watch the game!  Go Pats! https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/7-places-watch-game