Bring on Phase 4, Part 1
Boston will move into a modified Phase 4, Step 1 of the state’s Reopening Massachusetts plan, effective Monday, March 22, 2021. In Boston, all private gatherings and events will remain subject to current capacity limits of 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Public gatherings in Boston may increase to 60 people indoors and 100 people outdoors, lower than the Commonwealth’s limits of 100 and 150 people, respectively. You can learn more specifics about certain businesses and activities here.
Sweatfix is hosting a Glow Row on Thursday at 6pm at the Southie location! Wear your neons and whites! You can book the class here!
Welcome back, outdoor dining
Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced recently that in collaboration with the Boston Licensing Board and City departments, outdoor dining for approved restaurants in Boston will now begin on March 22 due to the weather forecast. This is an earlier start than the previously-announced date of April 1. You can learn more here!
Order your Easter Baskets via Lincoln
Easter is just a few weeks away! Order your Easter Candy Basket from Lincoln – for $45 – Includes Valrhona Chocolate Easter Bunny, Assorted filled Valrhona Chocolate Eggs, Vanilla Bean Marshmallow Peeps, Fruity Pebble, White Chocolate Citrus & Creamsicle French Macarons. You can learn more here!
Sinatra Sunday returns at the Supper Club
Capo announced via social media on Sunday that Sinatra Sunday will return on Sunday, March 28th! Kick it old school and enjoy award-winning crooner Rich DiMare and The Ron Poster Trio to the Supper Club stage on Sunday evenings for the ultimate dinner and a show experience. The Supper Club at Capo welcomes back this weekly event! The Supper Club Doors open at 5 pm every Sunday, with Sinatra Sundays live music from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Dinner reservations for the stage-side tables via Capo’s website here!
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