2.2 min readBy Published On: July 6th, 2018Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Weekend Picks – July 6th

Kick it old school and enjoy a prime rib dinner! The Industry hosts Prime Rib Sundays – a delicious three course dinner for $29.95 from 5pm-close. Pair up your prime rib with one of the many craft cocktails on their menu! The Industry also features live music on Sundays. Check their website for schedule!

Cheers! The Bowery Bar, the much anticipated Lower Mills restaurant has opened its doors! Hit the patio with plenty of shade and misting system to keep you cool. Order up some Frosé or the Book ‘em Dano and share some apps like sheet nachos and burrata. A little tropical oasis right in Dot!

Summer’s the perfect time to ditch your gym membership and get your sweat on outside. Check out these ways to get your workout on al fresco.

Hey kids! Do you love ice cream? Do you love ice cream enough to write a poem about it? Well, Chill on Park and Write on the Dot have partnered up to bring you a poetry writing contest. If you are a Dorchester kid under the age of 20, you have an opportunity to put your words on paper and potentially win a gift card to Chill on Park! Write a poem inspired by ice cream – up to 250 words – submitted to Write on the Dot by July 25th! Winner will be posted on Facebook on August 1st! First place winner receive a $15 gift card, second place a $10 gift card and third a $5 gift card!

Head to dbar for dinner and stay for karaoke! Every Friday night beginning at 10pm, karaoke unlike no other, kicks off the weekend!

Hit the beach! Soak up the sun and enjoy the sea breeze at Malibu Beach! Pick up yourself an iced coffee and a sandwich from Home.stead Bakery and have lunch by the ocean!

Butterflies & Fair Houses! Explore the newly decorated Butterfly Hollow (formerly known as Butterfly Landing) at Franklin Park Zoo! Stroll through this tranquil exhibit filled with bright, beautiful butterflies featuring garden beds, a pond and fanciful music. As you stroll through this magical space, be sure to look for all of the enchanting fairy houses nestled within the space. Learn about the butterfly life cycle and see how many different species you can spot throughout your stroll. Stop by the education station to explore more about butterflies and the important role they play in our ecosystem as a pollinator. There will also be a fairy house craft to take home! This fun event takes place Saturday, July 7th from 10am-3pm.  To learn more visit here! 

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