1.7 min readBy Published On: January 1st, 2012Categories: Tips0 Comments on Top 5

for the week of Monday, January 9th, 2012

Enjoy your week.









Hello Moko: 
Looks like Moko Japanese, Southie’s new sushi and japanese restaurant, will be opening its doors this week.  The paper in the windows have been removed to reveal tables already set with elegant white linen table cloths.  Be on the look-out for an open sign in the door.  We have a feeling it’s going to be any day now.  https://caughtinsouthie.com/restaurants-bar/moko

Arm party:
Ku de Ta (663 East Broadway) is proud to announce a new line of fun and fashionable bracelets to adorn your wrist with.  Lily and Laura bracelets are hand crocheted in Nepal bead by bead.  Pricing is as follows 1 for $14, 2 for $26 or 3 for $30.  Styling tip: Try stacking them and combining with metal bangles in various metals and textures like hammered silver and gold.

Catch a buzz at the 21st annual Boston Wine Expo at the Seaport World Trade Center (200 Seaport Blvd.).  The fun will be uncorked beginning Monday, January 16th to Sunday, January 22nd.  Events include the grand tasting of more than 1,800 wines, cooking dooms and samplings with 14 celebrity chefs, guided tastings and seminars, silent auctions and meet-and-greets with wine makers.  For ticket information go to www.wineexpoboston.com

Work out:
With week number two in the new year about to begin, we’re wondering how that resolution of getting in shape is going?  Still looking for a place to work-out in South Boston?  We’ve got the scoop on four of the best places to get you fit as a fiddle.  https://caughtinsouthie.com/feature/4-places-work-out

Family Game Night: 
Have some old fashioned family fun courtesy of The South Boston Branch Library (646 East Broadway).  On Monday, January 9th at 5:30pm play Monopoly, Scrabble and many other fun board games, with pizza and refreshments.  Sounds like a plan to us!  For more information call 617-268-0180


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