1.9 min readBy Published On: March 14th, 2011Categories: Tips0 Comments
Make a traditional boiled dinner for St. Patrick’s Day. The best corned beef around is from the corned beef experts at K&8th Market. When it comes to meat, Paul and Phil know their stuff. Place your order today! Looking for cooking tips, check out our St. Pat’s recipe section in the Ulitmate St. Patrick’s Day Guide.
Get your Irish on! Need a little green in your wardrobe to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Want to show your Southie Pride? Stop by the Spot (457 West Broadway). This teeny tiny shop is chock full of festive aparrel for adults and kids (and even dogs too!) The Spot’s friendly staff can help you select that perfect “Southie” knit cap or handmade Irish Knit sweater just for you! It’s one stop shopping at The Spot! Tell em’ Caught in Southie sent you!
Maureen from Caught in Southie will be on NECN’s Broadside with Jim Braude this Friday night, March 18th at 6pm (Comcast Channel 6). Maureen’s current event knowledge and pop culture trivia will be put to the test on the weekly quiz show section of the show. Good luck Maureen – do Southie proud!
Wondering what the local Southie Pols are up to this week? Partying like rock stars! Here are some events they will be hosting where there will be plenty of corned beef and cabbage, Guinness, traditional Irish music and maybe a little Blarney: Senator Jack Hart will be playing host on Wednesday, March 16th from 6pm-9pm at M.J. O’Connor’s at 425 Summer Street. City Councillor Billy Linehan is showing his Irish pride on Wednesday night as well. His festivities kick off at 6pm at JJ Foley’s (117 East Berkeley Street) Nick Collins will be doing a little charity work for his St. Pat’s celebration. He will be hosting a fundraiser for the South Boston Youth Hockey at Stadium (232 Old Colony Avenue) on Thursday, March 17th from 6pm to 10pm.
Too hungover to go out for breakfast? My Diner (98 A Street) will deliver it to your door! Order up a Western Omelette with homefries and bacon! My Diner delivers for free every day from 6am-2pm. Isn’t that convenient? Give ’em a call 617-268-9889.