2.1 min readBy Published On: February 27th, 2022Categories: See and Do0 Comments

Celebrate Fat Tuesday

Hunter’s Kitchen + Bar will hosting a special Mardi Gras inspired Fat Tuesday celebration on Tuesday, March 1st! Expect traditional New Orlean’s style specials! Here are some other ways to celebrate Fat Tuesday in the neighborhood!

Ash Wednesday + Lenten Fish Specials

Ash Wednesday is Wednesday, March 2nd – marking the beginning of the 40 days of Lent before Easter Sunday. Many Catholics will  signify Ash Wednesday by getting ashes placed in the shape of a cross on their foreheads.  It’s technically not a Holy Day of Obligation but if you’re into this ritual, here’s where to get your ashes in the neighborhood. Also, this local restaurant features Lenten fish specials! 

The Return of Southie SZN

The South Boston Chamber of Commerce and the South Boston Neighborhood Development Corporation are pleased to announce SouthieSZN, a March promotion to encourage shopping, dining, and pampering to support local South Boston businesses. Many businesses will be promoting special items or discounts related to St. Patrick’s Day on Thursdays, March 3, March 10, and March 17 starting at 5 p.m. each day. Get the details here! 

Book a Lane at Southie Bowl

We all saw the line at line at Southie Bowl a few weeks back. You don’t want a crowd to get in a way of good time so reserve your lane online! You can reserve everything from a full venue rental to kids parties and an hour or two of lane rental. Learn more here!

BPDA Community Meeting: 270 West Second Street

Be informed. Get involved. The Boston Planning and Development Agency is hosting a meeting on Wednesday, March 2nd from 6pm-7:30pm to discuss 270 West Second Street. Multi-Family Residential proposal with 96,000 sf of FAR floor area, 88 multi-family units, 66-garage parking spaces, and associated amenities and open space. You can learn more about this. 

Bonus:

Let the countdown to St. Patrick’s Day begin! Make sure to check out our Guide to St. Patrick’s Day! It’s been two years since we’ve had a parade in our neighborhood so it’s our pleasure to bring you all that is hip and happening this St. Patrick’s season leading up to St. Patrick’s Day weekend!  We’ll give you suggestions on where to watch the parade; where to eat corned beef and cabbage; where to catch some live Irish music; a little history and so much more.  This guide will be updated weekly so keep checking for new scoop. You can check out the guide here! 

 

 

 

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