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Publico Lodge is Back

Get cozy at the Lodge at Publico! The Lodge is officially open for another season complete with fire pits and their signature shot-skis!  Located right inside Publico’s courtyard, this apres ski pop-up has plenty of flannel blankets, fake snow, faux moose heads to create a warm and cozy vibe. Enjoy spiked hot chocolate, mulled cider, classic hot toddies and plenty of apres ski themed snacks like grilled cheese, toasty hot pizza, and arancini bites with truffle aioli to enjoy by the fire! 

Msgr. Thomas McDonnell and Frank Kelley Christmas Dinner

If you would like a Christmas dinner delivered to you, kindly call 617-586-5824.  Dinners will be delivered safely on December 24th from 11-1pm.  Volunteer drivers are needed to help deliver meals to our neighbors.  Volunteers should meet at Florian Hall on 12/24 at 10:45am. Donations can be made via check to the South Boston Seaport Collaborative – Christmas Dinner and can be dropped off or mailed to Deja Brew – 704 East Broadway. Special Thanks to the Boston Firefighters Local 718.

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

On Tuesday, December 22nd, from 4pm-6pm, Santa will be on the BPD C-6’s balcony (101 West Broadway, sending toys down from his slide for kids below!  Kids will also receive a bag of goodies from Mayor Marty Walsh too! We also hear Paw Patrol’s Chase, Troll’s Poppy, Sponge Bob and the Grinch will be there too! See Santa via car or on foot.

Order your Christmas Food + Drink

While you’re staying home for the holidays, let these local businesses help make them a little easier! 

Support our Small Businesses

Shop our Small Business Holiday Gift Guide! The neighborhood is full of of amazing small businesses, makers and entrepreneurs offering unique goods and services. Caught in Southie wants to make it simple to shop local this holiday season. Our guide is filled with gift ideas including everything from home goods and jewelry to beauty products and gift cards! Speaking of supporting small businesses, the City of Boston is offering free meter parking on Saturdays for you to shop locally! 

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