Reminder: Saturday in the City of Boston, the mask mandate will be lifted!
Fresh Fish at Seapoint
Whether you are a practicing Catholic or just love fish – Seapoint’s famous fish is back for Lent. Fresh haddock and scallops will be on the menu on Fridays. Enjoy your seafood fried, baked or parmesan style over pasta. Each meal is served with salad, bread, and your choice of potato. Seaport is also featuring a Soul/Disco Night with Dennis Taylor on Saturday beginning at 8pm.
St. Patrick’s Fest at Harpoon
A weekend of friendly banter, live music, flowing taps, and thousands of other beer loving folks loving the heck out of life at the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the city! The party takes place under heated tents outside of our Boston brewery. Boston’s best bands will be performing live while you have a drink in one hand and food from a local food vendor in the other. The fun takes place Friday, March 4th and Saturday, March 5th. Get the details here!
New Month, New Charity Cocktail at Loco
Loco has announced it’s new Charity Cocktail! Playing With Fire— habanero @tanteotequila, orange liqueur, lime, butterfly pea syrup (and a peacock garnish just for fun ⚡️) $1 from every marg will be donated to @colinsjoyproject — their mission is to enhance play spaces and sponsor children and family programming in our community! Go get one this weekend!
Basic Brunch at Hunter’s Kitchen + Bar
On Saturday, head to Hunter’s Basic Brunch. It’s 90s Edge vs. 2000s Pop – a playlist filled with the best hits!
Go for a walk
In an effort to help Boston residents enjoy parks in the winter, Lights in the Necklace has officially launched through March 13th courtesy of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy. Selected bridges throughout the Emerald Necklace will be lit green via battery-powered LEDSs. You can check them out from dusk until 9pm daily. Get the details here!
Show your Support
The Polish American Club is hosting a fundraiser this Saturday, March 5th from 6pm-11pm for a fundraiser to support the people of Ukraine. There will be raffles, a DJ and local art. Can’t make it? You can still make a donation by visiting here!
Capo announces the Chocolate Covered Espresso Martini
Orange you glad they did? Give one a try this weekend at Capo!
Power Stryde at MyStryde
Mix a workout in this weekend! Try the Power Stryde class at MyStryde with Amanda on Saturday at 11am. This calls is 50% Strength Training with dumbbells , 50% Intervals on the Treadmill. Alternate between strength and tread for the ultimate workout and the ultimate calorie burn. You can sign up here!
Kick the Keg at Lincoln
On Friday between 6pm-11pm, you can enjoy $5 Harpoon Winter Warmer at Lincoln as they say goodbye to winter! If you order the last beer on tap – you’ll win 10 passes to Harpoon Slainte Fest 2022!
Go to the Library
The South Boston Branch has expanded its hours on Saturdays! Stop by from 9am-2pm. You can check out the full schedule here.
Six Nations Rugby at The Shamrock
The Shamrock will be showing Round Four of the Six Nationals Rugby matches on Saturday at 9:15am.
Book a Lane at Southie Bowl
We all saw the line at line at Southie Bowl a few weeks back. You don’t want a crowd to get in a way of good time so reserve your lane online! You can reserve everything from a full venue rental to kids parties and an hour or two of lane rental. Learn more here!
Register to run the St. Patrick’s Day Road Race
Race is On & Registration is Open! The South Boston Boys + Girls Club is thrilled to be back . . . . same great cause, same great course, same shirt designers (thanks, Dropkick Murphys)! The road race takes place on Sunday, March 20th before the parade at 11am. This year’s event will be entirely outside, including registration and post-event, with limited amenities and a smaller field, due to public health concerns and the health and safety of all. We’ll be a little more bare bones, the basics. Keeping it simple: It is all about the run, the shirt and supporting our kids!
Check out our Guide to St. Patrick’s Day!
Let the countdown to St. Patrick’s Day begin! Make sure to check out our Guide to St. Patrick’s Day! It’s been two years since we’ve had a parade in our neighborhood so it’s our pleasure to bring you all that is hip and happening this St. Patrick’s season leading up to St. Patrick’s Day weekend! We’ll give you suggestions on where to watch the parade; where to eat corned beef and cabbage; where to catch some live Irish music; a little history and so much more. This guide will be updated weekly so keep checking for new scoop. You can check out the guide here!
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