Galentine’s Day Party @ OAK Long Bar + Kitchen

February 13, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
OAK Long Bar + Kitchen
138 Saint James Avenue Boston
MA 02116

“What’s Galentine’s Day? Oh, it’s only the best day of the year!” – Leslie Knope

Galentine's Day at OAK Long Bar

OAK Long Bar is throwing a party for ladies to celebrate ladies the day before Valentine’s Day, popularly known as Galentine’s Day. On Wednesday, February 13, from 6:00–9:00 PM, join The Food Lens and OAK Long Bar + Kitchen for a Galentine’s Day soirée, a night of sipping, snacking, and sweets—all while supporting a local charity that serves homeless women.

Here’s how they’ll be honoring the ladies:

  • With a cheese & charcuterie spread from female purveyors
  • With a tasting of standout wines produced by lady vintners
  • With decadent hors d’oeuvres by OAK’s Executive Chef Graham Lockwood
  • With a sweets station composed by OAK’s Pastry Chef Lindsay Le Blanc
  • With a raw bar featuring live-shucked shellfish
  • With chances to win gift bags filled with pampering and indulging items from local women-owned businesses
  • With a photo booth to snap shots with your WCWs

…and more!

Tickets are $55 and include all food, two specialty cocktails, the wine tasting, and a charitable monetary donation. *OAK Long Bar will donate $10 from your ticket* to Women’s Lunch Place, a daytime shelter on Newbury Street offering a safe sanctuary, nutritious meals and critical support services for Boston women experiencing poverty and homelessness.

“What’s Galentine’s Day? Oh, it’s only the best day of the year!” – Leslie Knope. The holiday was created by the show “Parks and Recreation” and has since transcended the TV screen to become a beloved tradition of celebrating female friendships annually on February 13, whether that be your friend, sister, co-worker, mom, partner, or whoever!

The Food Lens is a curated website that enables the culinarily curious to discover or rediscover Boston’s dining scene. Eternally curious and always hungry, female founders Molly Ford and Sarah Jesup have eaten their way through the city, culling the most authentic dining experiences Boston has to offer.