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Dine Out Boston is Back

Dine out Boston is back March 1st-6th and 8th-13th . Make a plan to enjoy lunch for $15, $20, and $25 and dinners for $28, $33 and $38. Perfect excuse to get out of the house and support local restaurants! To view restaurants that are participating by neighborhood, visit here!    Lots of restaurants in the South Boston neighborhoods including Seaport and Fort Point are participating!  Southie’s own Publico will be participating too!

Cocktail o’clock

The Broadway has debuted some new spring cocktails and the line up is delicious.  Enjoy an East Side Sangria with Sauvignon Blanc, Deep Eddy Grapefruit, Rio Red Grapefruit, fresh citrus & thyme. glass $10 / pitcher $36 or a Bramble Spritz Lillet Rose, Giffard crème de mure blackberry, St, Germain, prosecco, fresh fruit.  How about a Spring Forward made with Malfy Con Limone Gin, Giffard Passion Fruit, citrus, hibiscus tea, dehydrated lemon
or a Campfire Paloma made with Pelotón de la Muerte Mezcal, Rio Red Grapefruit, lime, agave nectar, soda, chili lime salt?  You can check out their full cocktail menu here! 

Rock Spot is turning 5

For five years, Rock Spot Climbing has been bringing the fun, adventure and a great workout to the neighborhood.  Help them celebrate with five days of fun! March 3rd-7th.  From kids/families activities to a customer appreciation party.  You can get a full list of activities here. 

South Boston Citizens Association Activities

The South Boston Citizens Association has organized a lot of fun events leading up to St. Patrick’s Day/Evacuation Day Parade.  On Saturday, it’s the Tom + Eddie Butler Senior Salute at 11am at St. Peter Church Lower Hall.  On Sunday, it’s Ice-o-Rama at the Murphy Rink at 9am. 

Live Music At Capo

The Supper Club at Capo is featuring 3 nights of entertainment! Friday it’s Young Love & the Thrills and on Saturday it’s Vincent King. End your weekend with Sinatra Sunday will Rich Dimare and the Ron Poster Trio

Girl Scout Cookie Pop Up

Who doesn’t love Girls Scout Cookies?  Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, we love them all!  On Sunday, March 8th, the Daisy Troop will be selling girl scout cookies from 10am-2pm in front of Deja Brew – 704 East Broadway. And you know what goes great with cookies?  Coffee – pick up a cup at Deja Brew!

Mimosas and Moves

Free workshop for homeowners ready to make the next move to a bigger home in the suburbs! This free and fun event takes place on Sunday, March 8th from 11:30-1pm at the Boston Athletic Club.  Licensed childcare provider available for babysitting!  You can learn more here! 

New South Boston Businesses to Check out

There are four new Southie businesses to check out this weekend!  You can learn more about them here! 

Treat yourself to a pick-me-up

Have you been burning the candle at both ends?  I.V. League can help you rehydrate after all the celebrating you’ve been doing lately! Hydration packages start at $80.  You can learn more about them here!  

Register & Volunteer for the St. Patrick’s Day Road Race

St. Patrick’s Day Rad Road Race !   Established 1940.    Festive and healthy and spirited 5K Road Race starts and ends at Edgerley Family South Boston Boys & Girls Club, corner of F and West Sixth Street.  All proceeds benefit South Boston Boys & Girls Club.  First 650 to register receive Official Race Shirt, designed by Dropkick Murphys!  You can register here! Volunteers are also wanted! If interested contact Harry, Race Director [email protected] / 617.516.5441

Prepare for St. Patrick’s Day/Parade Day

Our Ultimate Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in South Boston brings you all that is hip and happening this St. Patrick’s Day season.  We’ve got suggestions on what to wear and where to watch the parade. We’ve got lots of tips on entertaining and where to eat corned beef and cabbage this coming Sunday. We also have the info on where to catch live Irish music and which bars you can find your favorite cold beverage and friendly Southie service. Check it out here! 

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