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Social Distancing Weekend Picks – May 15th

Box, Brunch & Beats

Join EverybodyFightsLife is GoodAldous Collins and the Broadway Restaurant Group for Box, Brunch & Beats on Sunday, May 17th from 11AM to 3PM.  Get the details here! 

Happy Hour

Capo is now offering half-gallon jars of Sangria to go!  Comes in three different flavors white, red and rose!  Coppersmith has DIY Mimosa & Bloody Mary Kits for takeout! 

Kids Town Hall on Zoom

Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn announced that he will be hosting a Kids Town Hall this Friday, May 15th at 6:00PM on Zoom. District 2 children ages 5-12 are encouraged to join and ask Councilor Flynn any questions about his work as an elected official on the Boston City Council, followed by a 10 minute Kids Yoga session with Instructor Julia. Children may sign up with the help of their parents on the Google Form here.

Get your seafood fix

Row34 now offers takeout for pick up!  Featuring a new weekly menu, you can order classics like a lobster roll, shrimp scampi, oysters and their legendary butterscotch pudding.  Beer and wine are also available. New menu each week on Tuesdays at 9am.  You can place your order here. 

Beer on the move

Dorchester Brewing Co. is now offering delivery within 8 miles of Boston.  Delivery is available Thursday and Saturday 12pm-5pm.  Go to their website for details.

Order some takeout

The South Boston Chamber of Commerce has put together a list of local restaurants available for takeout and delivery!  Please support our local restaurants!

Get cookin’

Heather shares her BBQ chicken recipe! . Also, download the new digital cookbook titled Isolate & Create: An Industry Cookbook featuring recipes from some of Boston’s best chefs, restaurants and bartenders. The cookbook is a tasty reminder of Boston’s restaurant industry that can be enjoyed at home while social distancing. Each cookbook costs $20.00 with 100% of the profits donated to the Massachusetts Restaurant Strong Fund!

Read Chapter 4 of Next

In the spirt of Lena Dunham’s Verified Strangers for Vogue.com, we thought it would be fun to try our own serial novella for Caught in Southie! You know, while quarantining.  Next tells the story of Olivia – a 33 year-old, navigating life and love in South Boston.  We will be post weekly chapters. Every second chapter, we need your help to decide where to take the story – via answering a question/voting on Instagram. However the majority of readers answer the question, that’s where we will take the story!  You can read Chapter 4 – An Awkward Goodbye here

Please remember to stay at home.  If you have to go out, practice social distancing and remember to wear a mask! 

 

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.