See and Do

Weekend Picks – February 22nd

Eat:
Weekends are for egg sandwiches and Greenhills Bakery has their version called the Irish breakfast roll made with a fried egg, Irish sausage, Irish bacon, and black and white pudding on a freshly baked roll. Give it a try!

Drink:
We’ll drink to that! It’s National Margarita Day on Friday, February 22nd.  Head to Yellow Door in Lower Mills to celebrate! Order up a house margarita made with tequila, la naranja, agave, lime for $11.  You can get one in flavors like mango, pomegranate and more!  They will be featuring a special toasted coconut margarita made with mezcal, orange liqueur, coco lopez, coconut milk and cinnamon lime simple also for $11. Don’t forget the chips and guac!

Dance:
Blend is sending off February in style – girl style! So Hot Saturdaes has an All Girls spin featuring all girls groups dance music! No cover. The fun begins at 10pm.

Stop by:
Friend of Caught in Dot, Peter Dziedzic will be tending bar on Sunday afternoon from 12pm-5pm at the Polish American Club! Stop by and order a whiskey sour!

Celebrate:
American Provisions is officially open and they’re celebrating with a neighborhood party on Sunday from 2pm-6pm! Perfect excuse to check it out!

Brunch:
Enjoy a hangover breakfast bowl filled with corned beef hash and poached eggs or baked stuffed french toast at The Bowery Bar! Specialty brunch cocktails include the Eye Opener made with coconut rum, cold brew iced coffee and chocolate whipped cream, the Bowery Bloody, and the Paloma Riff with tequila, pink grapefruit liquer and ruby red grapefruit juice!

See:
After the success of Loop, the Seaport now welcomes Prismatica – a visual art installation comprised of 25 rotating prisms more than 6.5 feet tall that reflect color and light, day into night. Curated in partnership with art production powerhouse Creos, Prismatica is located along Seaport Boulevard and in Seaport Common through April 1st.

Do:
Raise your glass! Order up these special charity cocktails at Lucy’s American Tavern and $2 from every cocktail sold will go to benefit the Richard J. Murphy School! Enjoy the Sombie made with Flor De Cana Anejo Rum, Real McCoy 3YR Rum, Velvet Falernum, Grapefruit, Cinnamon Syrup and lime! Or how about the Apple Pie Sangria with Pinot Grigio, local apple cider, caramel, and lemon.even have sharable cocktails for four or more!

Listen:
Lower Mills Tavern features live music every Saturday night! Beginning at 10:30pm you can listen to Blain Crawford & Crew! Late night menu served! This event is free!

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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.