See and Do

Social Distancing Weekend Picks – May 1st

Order a Lobster Roll

Craving summer? Barking Crab is opening up for takeout on May 1st and kicking things off with the classic lobster roll. You can order it ready-to-eat OR a lobster roll kit for you to assemble at home. Either option comes with a side of slaw, Cape Cod chips, and a chocolate chip cookie: $25
• Beer to go: your choice of a Harpoon IPA or Harpoon Camp Wannamango: $3 each or 4-pack for $12
• Bottled water: $2 ea
• Extra chips or chocolate chip cookies: $2 ea
They will be taking orders online, HERE as well as in person. They will not be taking orders by phone.

Cocktails with Yellow Door

Yellow Door is now offering margarita kits to go! This week they are offering a Strawberry Margarita exclusively at Dorchester location.  The cocktail mix is ready to go and complete with instructions. You just add the booze! 

Order some takeout

Lucy’s American Tavern is back for takeout/delivery!  Order up some food to enjoy at home! There is a window on their patio for walk up pick ups in addition to curbside pick up in their parking lot.  Delivery daily 3pm-9pm.  Local delivery is also available!  You can also order beer and wine with your takeout!

Stretch and Breathe

Quarantine life got you stressed? 4 Corners Yoga and Wellness is offering online classes to get you moving and breathing.  Check their website for schedule! 

Watch the Kentucky Derby

Put on a fancy hat and mix yourself a Mint Julep! You can watch a virtual Kentucky Derby on Saturday at 5:45pm.  Why not, right? There’s a whole day of online activities from the history of the derby to how to make the perfect Mint Julep!  You can learn more here! 

New on Hulu

We love a good show to watch during self-quarantining! Hulu now has Mrs. America – an FX original about the Equal Rights Amendment and the Women’s Liberation movement.  Also on Hulu this weekend is the much anticipated series Normal People based on the book.

DIY tie-dye

We don’t know what it is about quarantine life, but it’s got people tie-dying everything from hoodies to socks. Want to learn how to do it? Here’s how to tie-dye everything in your closet!Don’t feel like getting your hands dirty? You can order a sweatshirt or hoodie from Boston’s own Stephie Chic.

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and Caught in Dot 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.