4 min readBy Published On: April 17th, 2021Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Weekend Picks – April 16th

Cisco Brewery Seaport Beer Garden is Back

For a fourth year in a row, the wildly popular Nantucket brewer will open this week in the Seaport! Cisco Brewers Seaport Beer Garden has returned!   The 14,000 sq. ft. outdoor beer garden showcases Cisco Brewers’ extensive portfolio of beers, including favorites like Whale’s Tale Pale Ale, Grey Lady Wheat Ale, Wandering Haze Hazy IPA and its seasonal Summer Rays Golden Ale, as well as hard ciders, wines, frosé and coolers. They also feature food from Rexicana Surf Cantina!  You can learn more here. 

Be on the Lookout for Artwork

Jake Scapes – a local artist – is leaving original artwork for you to discover can take home! Get the details here! 

One Boston Day

Let’s honor and reflect on all that is strong and resilient about the City of Boston this weekend!  You’re also encouraged to perform an act of kindness! Why not do a good deed by performing a simple act of kindness in the neighborhood. Check out list of suggestions! 

Prepare for Cinco de Mayo

Lincoln wants to get you ready for Cinco de Mayo with a special fiesta kit to enjoy at home! For $75 you get starters like chips and guacamole, carnitas tacos, and Mexican chocolate chip ice cream! Plus you can add in margarita kits too! Check out the full menu here! Preorder by May 4th. 

Planter Candles via Noted Candles

Noted Candles now has Planter Candles handmade by Tandem Ceramics that will definitely grow on you. You can check out a picture here!These vessels were designed as windowsill planters and but they also make great candles! Noted is even throwing in a cute little seed packet so when you burn through the candle, you can just clean it out, plant the seeds and watch it grow! You can purchase one here!

Publico has a new spring menu

Publico has dropped their new spring menu including truffle parmesan arancini, meat + cheese board, lobster pizza with maine lobster, lobster bisque sauce, grilled corn, fontina, ricotta grilled and salmon with black rice, roasted asparagus, citrus fennel salad.  Check out the full menu here! 

Celebrate National Banana Day at the Zoo

In celebration of National Banana Day, Banana Loca, a new kitchen gadget that cores and fills bananas, is sponsoring a banana-themed event at Franklin Park Zoo’s Tropical Forest.Banana Loca is donating a year’s worth of bananas to baby Pablo and his gorilla family, as well as to the other banana-loving animals throughout the zoo. Franklin Park Zoo, Saturday 4/17 from 9am-4pm!  You can get more details here! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Welcome to the neighborhood Bohdii Boutique

Owner Justice Pellegrino just opened Bohdii Boutique in South Boston! This is the second location for her women’s clothing and accessories shop. Her first boutique is located in East Longmeadow. Her newest one is located at 398 West Broadway. Bohdii Boutique features on-trend apparel including dresses, rompers, tops, leggings and more. Bohdii also carries shoes, sunglasses, bags and jewelry.

Sinatra Sundays at Capo

Kick it old school and enjoy The Ron Poster Trio and vocals by host Rich Dimare who will be broadcasted virtually onto a screen on stage alongside the band on Supper Club stage on Sunday evenings for the ultimate dinner and a show experience. The Supper Club at Capo welcomes back this weekly event! Email Samantha for reservations! [email protected]

Rock + Flow Express with Radiant Yoga

Radiant Yoga is hosting a Rock & Flow EXPRESS on Friday at 6 PM! Join Megan Healy  for a 45 minute livestream flow set to a playlist celebrating the all-time pop queen Taylor Swift to start your weekend feeling truly Fearless! You can sign up here! 

Outdoor Dining This Weekend

One good thing to come from the pandemic is all the outdoor patios popping up in the neighborhood. The weather looks pretty good this weekend So here’s a running list of patios and outdoor dining in our neighborhood!

Fat Baby Charity Cocktail

Fat Baby has partnered up with Tito’s Vodka for this month’s charity cocktail –  the Blueberry Beret. $1 from each cocktail sold will be donated to the Asian Community Development Corporation with a $1000 donation from Tito’s to the charity impacting the lives of the AAPI community in and around Boston. The ACDC builds who builds affordable homes, empowers families & strengthens communities throughout greater Boston!

The Daffodils are Back

20 Knots: Daffodils for Boston was created by Brooklyn artist Daniele Frazier specifically for Seaport in 2019, debuting last April around the Boston Marathon.The installation’s twenty daffodils are a colorful array of orange, yellow and green, stand at 20-feet tall, and are made of rip-stop nylon in Seaport Square. Daffodils represent new beginnings for Boston. The past eight years they have lined the course of the marathon celebrating spring and sending the message of resilience and hope!

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