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10 Places to Watch the Superbowl in Boston

Posted by 365 Things Boston on Fri, Feb 05, 2016

SuperbowlEven though the Pats didn't make it this year, celebrate the last football Sunday of the season by checking out one of these Boston favorites for Superbowl 50 this Sunday February 7th. 

1. Buff's Pub: "Buff's hasn't announced any Super Bowl specials, but if you want great wings, this is the place to go. The bar has eight televisions"

2. Canary Square : "Serving an all-you-can-eat buffet for $18, with pitchers of Yuengling ($12) and PBR ($10). The buffet menu includes taco salad, pork spare ribs, fried chicken tenders, a taco bar, cheeseburger sliders, and more. The festivities begin at 5 p.m., and cornhole will be set up."

3. Cask'n Flagon: "Right by Fenway, this sports bar has over 60 televisions, so you'll be able to see the game from any seat. The large menu includes barbecue, burgers, big salads, and lots more. For Sunday, there will be themed cocktails named after each team for $8.95 and special appetizers for $5 and under (spanakopita, Buffalo spring rolls, chicken cordon bleu bites, and tater tots)."

4. Cathedral Station: "Serving a pub menu beginning at 4 p.m. Prizes and giveaways every quarter."

5. Clerys: "For $25/person, get a guaranteed table for your group, two beers, and an appetizer sampler platter. There's also a wing-eating contest. 21+"

6. McGreevy's: "Featuring more than 20 televisions, McGreevy's generally offersgame day specials along with the full menu and bar. And confetti cannons."

7. Night Market: "Serving $.50 wings with purchase of an alcoholic beverage. Flavors include tebasaki, numb-numb, dry numb, fu sauce, rendang, coffee barbecue, and black pepper honey. Opens at 5 p.m."

8. Papagayo: "At any Papagayo location, arrive before kickoff, tell your server which team you think will win, purchase a beverage, and stay for the whole game. If you do all of these things, and your team wins, your food will be free. If your team loses, you'll get a free entree for your next visit. Reservations required."

9. Parlor Sports: "One of the coziest little sports bars in town, Parlor Sports is the place to go if you want to drink good beer and eat fun comfort food, from pepperoni rolls to pastrami sandwiches."

10. Sweet Cheeks: "Special menu items for February 7 include fried chicken and waffles; chipotle Buffalo monster wings; fried drumsticks; and a sandwich bar."

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Beatles Brunch

Posted by Susie Callahan on Sat, Aug 22, 2015

Head to the Burren in Somerville for this free event! 

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! 

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The 2nd Annual Cambridge Jazz Festival

Posted by Susie Callahan on Sun, Jul 26, 2015

 "Enjoy a summer afternoon of listening to FREE, Grammy-Award-Winning JAZZ in the green sculpture gardens of University Park at MIT. There will be jazzy FOOD & DRINKS…a BEER GARDEN…and ARTS & CRAFTS for all to enjoy… 

 …and a stellar lineup of PERFORMERS including Cambridge native Nnenna Freelon in a tribute to Billie Holiday with the Ron Savage Trio, piano legend JoAnne Brackeen, percussionist Eguie Castrillo and his Latin Jazz Connection, the innovative Laszlo Gardony Sextet, and the smooth jazz sounds of The Tóth Brothers."


Click here for more info!

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Beyonce Brunch

Posted by Susie Callahan on Thu, Apr 23, 2015

 Back by popular demand! Do not miss the highly requested Beyonce Brunch...

"The Beyoncé Experience includes a custom 3-course brunch designed by Chef Jason Santos and a glass of champagne per guest. Watch Queen B's amazing music videos while you sing along to your favorite songs and yes, of course Mrs. Carter inspired prizes will be awarded to the most creative guests! Photos from our last Beyoncé Brunch below. "

Back Bay Harrys | First Seating @ 11:30am | Second Seating @ 1:30pm 

Buy your tickets here!


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North End Neighborhood Tour

Posted by Susie Callahan on Sat, Mar 28, 2015

Check out Boston Foodie Tours North End Neighborhood Tour this Sunday, March 29 at 2pm. Boston Foodie Tours mixes the old and new while focusing on "award-winning eats" You'll get to taste chowder, pizza (Boston's best), chocolate, pastas, and more during this tour. 

Here's their agenda:

"First stop? Chowder at the country's longest-running restaurant. (Okay, technically, not in the North End, but we don't think that you'll mind.) Next up? Boston's best pizza! But only the ORIGINAL will do. And how 'bout a little chocolate? This two-year-old shop is a charmer! And just down the street, we'll visit a bakery whose signature cupcake appeared in the first issue of Food Network Magazine. Don't blink, or you'll miss our next stops. They're two hidden gems, and, when we say *hidden*, we mean *hidden*. One of them has won Best of Boston Bread Bakery the last two years, *and* was recently featured in Bon Appetit magazine. Freshly-made pastas, daily-made mozzarella, and oils and vinegars all await us before our final stop: a pasta course at one of the North End's most popular restaurants. And how could we end our tour without offering you dolce for the road? Our Italian grandmothers wouldn't hear of it!"

Learn more about Boston Foodie Tours and RSVP for the tour here

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Sunday Brunch

Posted by Susie Callahan on Sat, Feb 21, 2015

tmg-slideshow_xlThere are few things better than ending your weekend with a Sunday Funday. So, gather your friends and family  and check out some of Boston's best spots for Sunday brunch. Whether you want to enjoy tasty cocktails and oysters at Island Creek Oyster Bar, try out the award-winning tapas at Toro, listen to a live jazz band while brunching at The Beehive, or build your own bloody mary at East Coast Grill, Boston's got something for everyone.  


Check out more great brunch spots this Thrillist article here


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Special Easter Events

Posted by Hillary Waldron on Fri, Mar 29, 2013

  Boston Easter

Easter is right around the corner! Boston has a lot to offer from zoo events to egg hunts to brunches. Check out some of the events the city has this upcoming weekend! 



Bunny Bonanzoo

Stone Zoo
149 Pond St
Stoneham, MA 02180
(781) 438-5100
Saturday, March 30 10:00am- 3:00pm

"Hop on down the bunny trail to Stone Zoo where an Easter celebration awaits! Children's activities include holiday games, crafts and other fun surprises. Families can also visit with a special guest, the Easter Bunny, who will be ready to smile for photographs!


Third Annual Cambridge Community Easter Egg-Stravaganza!

Cambridge Common Park
1667 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
Saturday, March 30, 10:00am – 12:30pm

The Cambridge Community is really excited about their 3rd Annual Easter Egg-Stravaganza! This year is going to be even bigger and better than last year.They'll have games, prizes, an enormous Easter egg hunt featuring over 10,000 eggs, and a whole lot of fun for the family. It’s going to be a great time with the kids, and the best part is that the whole event is free!


Egg Hunt

Adams Park
72 Poplar St
Roslindale, MA 02131
(617) 635-4505
Saturday, March 30, 2013 10:00am- 1:00pm

Join the Easter Bunny to hunt for 6,000 treat-filled eggs hidden throughout Roslindale’s tree-lined Adams Park. Children ages 2 to 6 may attend the hunt and should bring a basket or bag to collect eggs.Older kids and families can join the parent/child egg toss and bunny hop races, with special prizes for the winning teams. Kids crafts and refreshments


The Beehive

541 Tremont St., Boston

The Beehive is hosting an Easter jazz brunch from 10 a.m.—4 p.m. with a three-course prix fixe meal. Kids can order off the “Little Bee’s Kids Menu,” and can also participate in The Beehive’s annual Easter egg hunt from 10 a.m.—3 p.m. The Beehive will also offer an Easter dinner for latecomers featuring food and cocktail specials.


L’Espalier Restaurant

774 Boylston St., Boston

Chef Frank McClelland of L’Espalier used seasonal ingredients from his own farm to create a three course prix fixe menu, which includes options like Scottish smoked salmon and shaved artichoke salad with Okeechobee shrimp. The children’s menu has more basic fare such as French toast and Toad in a Hole, coddled egg with toasted brioche and bacon.

Brunch is available from noon—1:45 p.m. and is $85 per person and $35 for children.

The Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro

25 Charles St., Boston 
 (617) 723-7575

Before you "hop" on the dessert cart, enjoy roasted asparagus salad, poached eggs over salmon, brioche French toast, Tamworth ham, and other exceptional Easter edibles. March 31 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. $39 (reservations recommended). "


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