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Hot diggity dog! It’s a new season of Sully’s

A welcomed sign of spring happens next weekend – Sullivan’s will be open after a brief hiatus! The legendary hot dog stand opens its doors on Saturday, February 27th. Here’s a refresher on How to Order at Sully’s!  Enjoy! (Reminder – there is currently a pandemic going on. Wear a mask, practice social distancing and follow Sully’s safety guidelines.)

Snow Moon Alert

The next full Moon will be early Saturday morning at 3:19am. But look up in the sky from Thursday – Sunday because the moon will appear full during this time.  This February full Moon is know as a Snow Moon! Get the details on what this means!

National Margarita Day

Nobody loves a margarita as much as us!  Monday was(keep it going) National Margarita Day and the perfect excuse to head out in the neighborhood to celebrate! Check out our roundup! 

Warmer Temps = Outdoor Dining

With warmer temperatures in the forecast, make a reservation at one these outdoor dining spots in the neighborhood! Check out our roundup! 

Get Outside

Dorchester is Boston’s largest neighborhood so there are plenty of ways to get outside in the beautiful weather!  We’ve rounded up our favorite places and activities to get you outside after this long, long winter!

Do a little bird watching

Think bird watching is boring? Think again!  And finding birds beyond a pigeon and a common sparrow just takes looking out your window or a walk around the block. Enjoy our beginner’s bird watching guide! 

Spread the Love Pop Up Collective

On the heels of a successful series of pop up markets in and around Boston in 2020, Black Owned Bos. is excited to announce the first retail pop up of their 2021 season. This “Spread Love” themed retail market will kick off the day before Valentine’s Day and will run for three sequential Saturdays through March 6, 2021 from 12pm to 6pm in South Bay. This indoor rotating collective of local Black owned businesses from throughout the Greater Boston Area, will feature gifts and goods that offer something for everyone while promoting the collective empowerment of Black entrepreneurs. From sweet treats and cards to clothes and accessories, the collective will offer a diverse selection of business categories. You can learn more details here! 

Brunch O’Clock

Have brunch every day this weekend! Lucy’s now offers Friday’s brunch at 10am so you can bring your laptop to Lucy’s  and enjoy brunch while you “work.”  Lower Mills Tavern features $5 mimosas and Bloody Marys at brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.  Yellow Door has a new brunch menu for you to try on Saturday and Sunday! On Sunday, head to dbar and enjoy huevos rancheros and the monster sticky bun on their heated/covered outdoor patio!  How about burgers and Bloodys at 224’s on Saturday or Disco Brunch Sundays at Blend?

Bowling is Back

Boston Bowl is back open including the bowling center, arcade, and billiards. 
 Hours of operation are Sunday – Thursday, 9am – midnight, and Friday & Saturday, 9am – 1am. You can learn more by visiting the Boston Bowl website here!

Go for a walk

In an effort to help Boston residents enjoy parks in the winter, Lights in the Necklace has officially launched through March 13th courtesy of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy.  Selected bridges throughout the Emerald Necklace will be lit green via battery-powered LEDSs. You can check them out from dusk until 9pm daily. Get the details here! 

BBQ + Beer for Peace

During Black History Month, Dorchester Brewing Co and M+M BBQ will be donating 10% off all proceeds to the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute!  


Show our neighborhood restaurants some love! From pizza and dumplings, to tacos and steak dinners, South Boston has some of the best restaurants around – plus it’s a great way to show your support!  Some restaurants offer co

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