2 min readBy Published On: October 15th, 2017Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Week of October 16th

Are you brave enough? Everyone knows October is the scariest month of all.  The number 13 is unlucky and Salem is the spookiest town in New England.  Well, Aloft Hotel is testing your scare factor with a one-of-a-kind Halloween experience!From Oct. 26-31, the hotel is offering a one-of-a-kind Halloween experience that that includes an overnight stay in Room 1313, plus private transportation to and from Salem! Get the scoop here! 

Get involved! Become a part of a cherished South Boston Holiday Tradition! The 27th Annual Labouré Center Christmas House Tour will take place on Saturday Dec. 2nd and Sunday Dec. 3rd) Come to the initial house tour planning meeting on Wednesday, October 18th at the Laboure Center – 275 West Broadway from 6pm-7pm. Can’t attend, but interested in volunteering? Please contact Maureen Murray (617.464.8024 / [email protected]) or Judy Swanson (617.464.8503 / [email protected])

Who’s hungry? With cooler temps, Lincoln is heating things up in the menu department! Every Thursday, Ramen returns to the Lincoln menu, featuring Chef Dixon’s traditional Bacon Dashi broth, complete with rotating Asian-inspired snacks to accompany Lincoln’s signature Ramen ($15). Ramen is available on Thursday evenings only, now through February 2018. Other menu highlights include pumpkin pancakes, Pastrami Hash, French Onion Soup, Cast Iron Seared Pork Chop and Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts and Butternut Squash Pizza fontina, bacon, caramelized onions, pecorino Romano, rosemary oil! Yes please!

Speaking of food…how does a day filled with taco and beer sound? On Saturday, October 21st from 12pm-8pm enjoy a day of beer, tacos and music at Underground – 90 Traveler Street at OkTacoFest! See you there!

Sip and shop! Make a plan to sip and shop your way around Southie on Thursday, October 19th from 5pm to 8pm. Some local South Boston businesses will be participating in the Southie Turns Pink Shopping Night Out! A portion of the sales will be donated directly to the Ellie Fund – a local non-profit dedicated to providing critical services including nutritional and grocery assistance, transportation to medical appointments, childcare, housekeeping and prepared/deliver meals to breast cancer patients and their families. Habit, Ku De Ta, Wears + Wares, Pretty Reckless, Covet, Dew Luxe and Best Dressed will be serving up some pink drinks and snacks and a portion of all sales will go directly to the Ellie Fund! Post shopping celebrate with a pink cocktail (or two) at these participating spots!

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