Beatles Brunch happens EVERY SUNDAY Noon til 3pm. There will be a live band covering all your Beatles favorites! A wide variety of brunch favorites plus lots of vegetarian options!
Have a bad case of the Mondays? Head to La Brasa in Somerville for Micro Mondays July 6-27th:
"You can now look forward to Mondays with La Brasa’s microbrew feasts. This month, Rising Tide, Bantam, Aeronaut, and Cisco join the house team for unique three-course menus with pairings (available during regular dinner hours), and it’s only $40 per person. Pick your favorite, or all of them, and call 617.262.3023 for your seat at the table."
Don't let the rain keep you from enjoying your summer. There are plenty of ways to have rainy day fun in Boston. Here are three ideas, thanks to Boston.com:
1. Legoland Discovery Center | Somerville
"Catch a 4D movie at Legoland Discovery Center Boston in Somerville. After that, play on two rides, tour a miniland of Boston’s iconic buildings, and, of course, build things with Legos."
2. Museum of Science | West End
"Mingle with beautiful butterflies at the Museum of Science Butterfly Garden. One just might land on you."
3. Coolidge Corner Theatre | Brookline
"Catch a movie here. This historic theatre has been entertaining New Englanders since 1933"
In light of Cinco de Mayo, head over to one of these great places for awesome Mexican fare...
1. Olecito | Inman Square
"Olecito is Inman Square’s hidden gem, literally a hole-in-the-wall across the street from sister restaurant, Olé. Locals say it's where you get the most bang for your buck. Expect to get amazing chips, tacos, tortas, and burritos swiftly in a familiarly decorated bright yellow, four-table space."
2. The Painted Burro | Somerville
"In the heart of Davis Square, The Painted Burro offers the crowd an energetic vibe (no doubt due to its proximity to Tufts) combined with an upscale, modern feel. In time for warmer weather, The Painted Burro has already started opening its giant storefront windows, turning indoor dining into one big outdoor fiesta flush with innovative creations such as its crab cake and calamari taco."
3. Lone Star Taco Bar | Allston
"Lone Star boasts as much acclaim with its Mexican street food as it does its mezcal and tequila-based cocktails. The cooly lit taco bar shares owners (and a kitchen) with the much lauded Deep Ellum, and offers up smoked chilies, chorizos, and masa corn tortillas -- all made in-house."
4. El Centro | South End
"Among the nation's top taquerias, chef and owner Allan Rodriguez opened El Centro in Boston’s South End to give the city a Mexican, Sonora-style restaurant with fresh ideas, and creative menu options. Menu highlights include a classic charcoal-grilled Arrachera A La Tampiquena steak with green sauce and the Campechanos tacos, combining carne asada and al pastor. In 2013, the restaurant opened its second location in Brookline with furnishings and art handpicked by the owner, and brought over from his native Mexico."
5. Dorado Tacos | Brookline
"Although considered to be Mexican fast food, Dorado Tacos does not skimp on the quality. The restaurant’s cemitas are set up on toasted sesame seed egg buns with avocado, Oaxaca cheese, black beans, chipotle, and cilantro. The restaurant is value friendly and the perfect spot to grab a quick bite if Mexican is what you’re craving."
Check out more options here.
Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville isn't your average rock climbing gym. A unique combination of fitness, art, and entrepreneurship, this state of the art climbing facility is 40,000 square feet of awesome.
A variety of climbing classes are offered for first timers as well as climbing veterans. In addition to climbing, Brooklyn Boulders offers tons of other fitness and wellness classes - learn about everything from yoga to parkour to nutrition to slack line.
28,000 square feet of world-class climbing, fitness classes, personal training, cafe & lounge spaces, dynamic community events, locker rooms complete with saunas and showers, active collaborative workspaces with free wifi, and extensive fitness equipment are just a few of their amazing amenities.
Check out the calendar of classes and learn more about BKB Somerville here
Loved Paint Nite with the girls but want to switch up the canvas? Then you should try the Paint Nite Special Drinkware Event!
Two Three Zero in Somerville will be hosting a special paint night where the canvases will be fun and colorful wine glasses!
"With comfortable lounge seating, a full service custom built bar and ample room for you and your friends to enjoy, Two Three Zero is a Paint Niters delight!"
Tickets are limited but Two Three Zero has multiple Paint Nite dates available.
Interested in this (and other events) at Two Three Zero? Click here!
Do something different and check out the Dinner Dectective Show!
The Dinner Dective Show has a location in Somerville, near Sullivan Square. This fun and interactive expierence is normally held on Saturdays. Make sure you get your tickets in advance because the show has had numerous sold out performances!
The Dinner Dective is "America’s largest interactive murder mystery comedy dinner show." Guests solve a murder case while enjoying a four-course dinner. And beware, everyone is a suspect!
"Since 2004 the Nave Gallery in Teele Square has been the public face of ARTSomerville, a nonprofit, loosely knit volunteergroup of artists and arts enthusiasts with the mutual goal to create new space(s) to present art in Somerville."
In 2013 The Nave Gallery expanded with an additional exhibit, the Nave Annex in Davis Square. The Nave Gallery also hosts music, dance and art events at various locations in the city throughout the year."
Please click here to find out more information on current and upcoming exhibits.
"One night a month, this intimate 175-seat theater will feature national headliners along with some of Boston’s best."
The next performance will be held on Thursday, December 18th at 8pm. This month's show includes Emma Willmann from the New York Comedy Festival, Anthony P. DeVito from Montreal Just For Laughs and Sean Donnelly who has performed on David Letterman and Comedy Central.
For more information on 'Strange Behavior' and ticket availability, please click here.