See and Do

Weekend Picks – November 2nd

Eat:
In celebration of customer appreciation month, enjoy half-priced hot dogs for just $1.05 + tax at Sully’s until they close November 25th! Might as well get two right? We’ll take ours “all around!” Other menu standouts we’ll miss on Sully’s hiatus? Fried clams, Lime Rickeys, lobster roll and of course french fries! Sully’s will be closing at 4:30pm for the duration of the season!

Drink:
Head to Coppersmith on Friday November 2nd for a Day of the Dead Celebration! There will be prize giveaways for the top 3 costumes, so dress to impress! No costume? No problem. They’ll have an on-site make-up artist doing complimentary sugar skull designs! And lastly, it isn’t a party without the drinks & music- Coppersmith will be serving specialty sangrias and jamming to DJ Frixx all night!

Shop:
Shop Local!  Shop Southie!  All our local shops have fresh new fall items in perfect for updating your wardrobe!  From sweaters to denim to statement earrings, go on a little shopping expedition this weekend!  Check out our guide here! 

See:
Go see the animals at Zoo + Brew + You! Looking for some family friendly fun? Look no further than the Seaport District for the Zoo+Brew+You event features a petting zoo and Cisco sips on Saturday, November 3rd from 11am – 3pm on Sea Green!

Do:
Local artists open their doors for you to experience their original work.  It’s a great opportunity to engage with artists and perhaps make something your own!  Many works are affordable and all are made by local talent.  Family friendly event!  It’s South Boston Open Studios!  Stop by 516 East Second Street on Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-6pm.

Watch:
The Pats face the Packers on Sunday, November 4th at 8:20pm! Wondering where to watch? Here are 10 spots in Southie!

Last Call:
Capo is hosting its final weekend for their Cider Donut Pop Up!! Stop by  Saturday and Sunday during brunch an enjoy baked-to-order Cider Donuts, along with hot coffee and tea, available dine in or take out!

Support:
Head to the Murphy Rink on Saturday, November 3rd from 2pm-6pm for the first annual Timothy “Doc” Cook Memorial Hockey Tournament!Money will be raised for the 22 Foundation – dedicated to supporting programs to increase awareness and prevent hidden wounds that travel with veterans. Show your support by stopping by the cheer on four teams – Skate for 22, Boston Fire, Weymouth Fire and Friends of Timothy Cook and purchasing some raffles to win great prizes! The event is free but please consider donating to their gofundme page!You can make a donation here! 

Bend & Shop:
East Side Yoga and Fitness is hosting a special trunk show on Saturday, November 3rd  from 8:00am-12:30pm featuring  Peach, a womens lifestyle start up: versatile athleisure clothing for work, gym or play. This exciting new brand is not available in stores yet!  Peach will be on site from 8:00am-12:30pm, and Andrea is teaching a  special Yoga Sculpt class at 11:00am.  Shop early before the pop up. Sign up for class here. 

Sweat & Sip:
What’s better than a sweaty workout followed by drinks with your closest friends?! Southie’s newest fitness studio is teaming up with The Playwright to bring you a Sweat and Sip on Saturday November 3rd at 11am. Sweat Fixx is a row and sculpt studio located inside the Golds Gym building (Free parking- no Golds membership required!) Start there for a 45 minute high intensity low impact strength and row workout that is open to all levels- no prior row experience needed. Once you are done head down the street to The Playwright for a post class adult beverage. Tickets are $25 and include the workout & your first post-class beverage at The Playwright. This class will fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your spot early. Email Michelle@SweatFixx.com with any questions.

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Hockey mom, yoga enthusiast, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.