1.6 min readBy Published On: March 8th, 2020Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Things You Should Know This Week – March 9th

Pure Oasis Opens

According to the Boston Globe, Pure Oasis – Boston’s first retail cannabis shop – will open its doors on Monday, March 9th in Dorchester.  Last month, the shop received the final licensing needed from the state’s Cannabis Control Commission. Doors will open at 11am. Pure Oasis is located at 430 Blue Hill Ave. Here are some things you should know about cannabis shops in the city.

Dorchester Brewing Co. St. Patrick’s Throwdown

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as the Irish intended -with a full day of drinking great beer.  This year Dorchester Brewing Co is making it a full weekend celebration on Saturday and Sunday! Enjoy fresh beer, live music, Irish Step Dancers, traditional food and more. If you haven’t checked out the newly expanded space with the 4-season Rooftop Hopservatory, now is the perfect time. They’ll be tapping a fresh batch of our Savin Stout to drink as the Irish do. You can learn more here. 

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Savin Hillbillies!

The wildly popular band will be playing Irish and Hillbilly music in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day at Tavolo on Saturday, March 14th 7:30pm-10:00pm. No cover.

St. Paddy’s Day Charity Marg at Yellow Door

Now until St. Patrick’s Day, get to Yellow Door to sip and support the Claddagh Fund, a charity founded by Ken Casey of the Dropkick Murphys . Cucumber Cilantro shaken with Alto tequila cucumber juice, cilantro, agave, lime + narajana. Available in Dot and South End!

The Irish Goodbye – Charity Cocktail at Lucy’s and The Bowery Bar

For the month of February, Lucy’s American Tavern and The Bowery Bar are mixing up a cocktail to do good in the neighborhood! Enjoy the Irish Goodbye made with Irish whiskey, peach, honey clove syrup, lemon, mint and ginger brew and help support St. Brendan School in Dorchester. $2 from each cocktail sold will be to donated to the cause.

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