2.5 min readBy Published On: March 25th, 2022Categories: See and Do0 Comments

Wine Tasting at American Provisions

On Fridays, enjoy a free wine tasting at American Provisions in Dot! Take place every Friday from 4pm-6pm

March Madness

Here are 9 Places to Watch March Madness in the Neighborhood!

Slow Flow on Saturday

Take some time on Saturday and enjoy an hour long Slow Flow Yoga at Four Corners Yoga and Wellness. This class supports slowing down, grounding and healing. This restorative practice begins with gentle movement and then utilizes props to release into poses. Class takes place on Saturdays from 11:30am-12:30pm. You can sign up here! 

Play Roc-K-eno at The Industry

On Saturday nights from 8pm-12am take part in Roc-K-eno at The Industry with DJ Jim – numbers on the Keno card are replaced with your favorite songs! Enjoy some cocktails and snacks while you play along! You can get the details here! 

Dine out Boston

Dine Out Boston is back March 13th-27th.  Enjoy lunch for $22, $27 and $32 and Dinner for $36, $41 and $46!  You can see a list of participating restaurants here! 

Take a Class at C2

C2 has opened a new studio on the Milton/Lower Mills line located at 1 Eliot Street. Offering everything from barre to pilates reformer classes, C2 has introductory offers including 3 classes for barre/yoga/trx for $39 and 3 reformer classes for $69.  You can learn more here. 

$5 Mimosas and Bloody Marys at Lower Mills Tavern

MT offers $5 mimosas and Bloody Marys during brunch on Saturday and Sundays 10am – 3pm.  Comes in flavors like orange, honey, violet, vanilla chai, pomegranate, cranberry and apple cider!  How awesome is that!

Peanut Butter Ice Cream at the Ice Creamsmith

If you love peanut butter, you’ll love this news! The Ice Creamsmith is featuring peanut butter recipes! Stop by and try them and decide which one you like best!

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! 

Mom, the meatloaf!  

224 Boston’s legendary meatloaf is the perfect comfort food! Enjoy a generous slice of meatloaf served with potato puree, mushrooms black garlic gravy.  You can check out the full menu here! 

Brunch Roundup

Who’s hungry? From savory meals to sweet surprises, (and much-needed hair(s) of the dog), there’s something for everyone! Check out our Brunch Roundup!

It’s Cocktail O’Clock at the Sugar Bowl

The Sugar Bowl is now serving cocktails! Enjoy frozen delights such as frose and margaritas, espresso martinis, mai tais and more! You can see the full cocktail menu here plus an updated breakfast and lunch menu! 

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 out and about in the great outdoors!

Image via Sugar Bowl on Instagram

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