2.2 min readBy Published On: July 9th, 2021Categories: See and Do0 Comments on Weekend Picks – July 9th

National Pina Colada Day

Saturday is National Pina Colada Day! Head to Yellow Door in Lower Mills for a frozen pina colada! Pairs well with chips and guacamole!

Dock + Dine

If you’re lucky enough to have a boat – or a friend with a boat – head to Venezia for some delicious Italian food to go via their dock. Order via their website and pick up via their dock!  Pasta always tastes better on a boat!

Summer Fridays

First Parish Dorchester is presenting a free weekly summertime celebration of community + culture on Fridays from 6pm-9pm through September 10. Expect picnicking, kids activities and live music! This week’s musical guest is Adam Gibbons – folk/rock guitarist.

Gimme Back My Mic – Karaoke at dbar

Karaoke has returned at dbar! Each Friday night sing your favorites or watch those singing your favorites beginning at 10pm. DJ Ryan Grow is your host!

New Summer Menu at LMT

Chef Cara Nance of Lower Mills Tavern has a created a fresh new menu for summer! Featuring appetizers like Maine Lobster Sliders and Sweet Corn Hushpuppies, Grilled Swordfish and Chili Crusted Scallops for main plates plus summer salads like LMT’s Strawberry Salad and Watermelon + Red Onion Salad.  Get all the delicious details here! 

National Sugar Cookie Day

Friday is National Sugar Cookie Day and Top Shelf Cookies in Adams Village is cookie central!  Top Shelf features the Basic Sugar Cookie – but it’s anything but basic! They also have a HBD2U which is a sugar cookies with festive sprinkles!

Dorchester Summer Wellness Expo

On Saturday from 11am-2pm at Codman Square Park enjoy fitness demonstrations, health and wellness education, fresh fruits and veggies, music, games and much more!  Proudly presented by Codman Square Farmers Market! 

Lionheart Confections at Reign Drink Lab

On Saturday and Sunday starting at 9am, Lionheart Confections will be selling their delicious doughnuts until they sell out at Reign Drink Lab! Get ’em before they’re gone! No pre-order necessary, just show up and grab your doughnuts along with an iced coffee or two! Doughnuts are limited to a dozen per guest.

Caught in Eastie

If eating oyster and drinking rose on a tall ship sounds like fun, then you’ll love The Tall Ship!  Navy Yard Hospitality Group, which is also behind waterfront spots Pier 6Reelhouse, and more has officially opened The Tall Ship on the East Boston Waterfront. The new restaurant, which is literally on a tall ship  is described as a floating oyster bar, and will feature live music and events. Repurposed shipping containers will host vendors in addition to food trucks along the pier. 

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