2.8 min readBy Published On: March 19th, 2021Categories: See and Do0 Comments

Explore the Yurts

The Bowery Bar had some local designers and artists add their touches to three of the yurts! Stop by and check them out this weekend and be inspired.

Take a walk and learn some history

Established in 1989, the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail highlights the work of women, from household names like Abigail Adams, Phillis Wheatley, Amelia Earhart, Louisa May Alcott, and Rose Kennedy, to less-familiar leaders like Chew Shee Chin, Julia O’Connor, Clementine Langone, and Melnea Cass. You can learn more here! 

The Return of Dine Out Boston

Dine Out Boston is back with a pandemic spin – Dine Out or Take Out  will take place on March 14th -28th.  Enjoy lunch for $15, $20 and $25 and Dinner for $28, $33 and $38!  You can see a list of participating restaurants including dbar and VeneziaYou can learn more here!

Sonic Watch Party with Leahy Holloran Center

BCYF Leahy Holloran Community Center is hosting a Sonic the Hedgehog Watch Party on Friday at 6pm. Pre-register for a movie night snack pack! You can learn more here! 

ICA Returns

The Institute of Contemporary Art reopens on Saturday.  Time tickets are required for entrance and you can learn more here!

St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast

Senator Nick Collins will host the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast virtually this year. This holiday tradition will take place in South Boston and feature a who’s who of elected officials and politicians. The event starts at 10am and will air on NESN and WROL Irish 950AM+100.3 FM.

Cocktails for a Cause

Boston Harbor Distillery + Muertos Coffee Co have partnered up to help Boston Fire Department Relief Fund! Just order the Triple Decker or Vanilla Ice cocktails made with Muertos Coffee and $5 will go to the BFD Relief Fund!

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?


Yellow Door announced that they now have their legendary cocktails available by the can! YELLOW DOOR PALOMA — tequila chinaco blanco, rosemary-infused mezcal, lime juice, grapefruit soda; $11 CITRUS & CILANTRO SELTZER — tequila chinaco blanco, citrus and cilantro, seltzer; $10 MIXED BERRY SELTZER — tequila chinaco blanco infused with fresh mixed berries, club soda; $10 – Try them this week!

Purchase a candle from Triple Decker

March 2021 marks one year of quarantine and the COVID-19 virus changing our world forever. What started as two weeks of banana bread baking and sweatpants to flatten the curve has continued to be a year of uncertainty, tragedy, and very hard times for many. Through the month of March, Triple Decker Candle Co. is donating 50% of sales from our special “With Love, Your Neighbors” candle to the Neponset Neighbors Together Fund. This fund is a collaboration between the United Way, the Town of Milton, and the Boston neighborhoods of Mattapan, Dorchester, and Hyde Park to support neighbors impacted by this virus.  You can purchase your candle here! 

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