26.2 looks good on you – join us STEPS from the the finish line for a #MarathonMonday Finish Line Party!
Join the Back Bay Social Club for a special Marathon Monday celebration. Doors open at 8am with a special Marathon Monday brunch menu. Back Bay Social Club will be serving specialty cocktails as well as Samuel Adams 26.2 on draft. There will also be giveaways throughout the day.
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Join Porto Boston all weekend long to gear up for the Marathon, and end on a high note with their 2nd Annual Marathon Monday Party!
April 13-15 (Friday through Sunday Night)
Stop by Porto for pre-run carbo loading! Porto will be serving a Jody’s Lasagna special, which is vegetarian-friendly. Porto will also be offering $1 oysters all weekend long!
April 16 (Marathon Monday)
With Porto being just steps away from the finish line, what better place is there to cheer on the runners? Porto will be open from 11am-6pm on Marathon Monday with a patio lounge and an outdoor bar! There will also be a $1 Oyster Shucking Boat from Island Creek Oysters, cocktail specials, boozy sno-cones, a rose bar, and more!
Great company and great vibes just steps away from the finish line! No cover charge, just come on in to celebrate Marathon Weekend at Porto!
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The Bristol Restaurant & Bar makes Hump Day the best day of the week with their Burgers & Burgundy. Every Wednesday night, burger lovers can enjoy the object of their gastronomic desire paired with tastings of two Burgundian-style wines. It’s a tasty little opportunity to try something new as the paired wines, chosen by the in-house wine director, will be from bottles that aren’t regularly available by the glass. Burgers & Burgundy costs $35 per person not including tax or gratuity – the burger itself is on the menu (augmented, as it is, with Vermont cheddar, house-made pickles and truffle fries) for twenty bucks so it’s not a bad deal. Call The Bristol at 617.351.2053 for more information.
Join Luxury Garage Sale and Boston Center for the Arts for an after work sip and shop event.
Join Luxury Garage Sale at 211 Newbury Street to sip champagne and discover Chanel, Hermes, Gucci, and more at up to 90% off retail with 10% of the evening’s sales will benefit Boston Center for the Arts.
Learn more about Luxury Garage Sale here.
Drink Pink on Bistro du Midi’s Patio for a Cause
Photo Credit: Bistro du Midi
Join Bistro do Midi in their street level Bistro and on the patio for their Tour de Rosé Summer Party! They’ll be celebrating summer, sipping rosés, enjoy delicious food and partying with great friends – all while making a difference! Ticket proceeds will go to the Ellie Fund, dedicated to fighting breast cancer and providing free services to ease the effects on cancer patients and families.
Tickets are $50 and include Chef Robert Sisca’s seasonal hors d’oeuvres, two drink tickets for your choice of rosé and beer, and your chance to win great raffle prizes.
To learn more about the Ellie Fund, visit their website here.
Somerville’s popular Bow Market comes to Precinct’s patio for one day only!
Precinct Kitchen + Bar invites you to join them on their patio for a one-day Bow Market pop-up. Vendors include:
- Adelante, custom shoes, handmade by craftsman in Guatemala
- Blue Bandana Relics, a curated collection of vintage Americana and quality American brands.
- Buenas, all sorts of South American goodness you can eat on the spot or take home to use in your own recipes. Think: take-n-bake empanadas, pastry dough to make your own empanadas (and other stuff), and sauces you can use for everything from roasting chicken and salmon, to topping oysters.
- In Season Food Shop, made-to-order meals and drinks, local food products, and a curated selection of grocery essentials
- Maca, chic and cheeky, regular and character macarons that range in flavors from vanilla to blueberry basil cheesecake.
- Peston, unique accessories, fleeky home goods and apparel.
- Happy Cactus, succulents, cacti, air plants, exotic plants, ethically sourced butterflies, crystals, gems, fossils and pretty much anything extraordinary Mother Nature creates.
- Additionally, guests will also enjoy soaps and creams from the Sentas Family Farm and much, more!
Precinct will be serving their regular breakfast, brunch and lunch menus all day long, so reserve your table and head over!
Del Frisco’s newest wine experience features an exclusive five-course menu to complement an impressive selection of wines.
Featuring a selection of wines from some of the most noteworthy wineries, Cade, Odette and Plumpjack, the evening’s fare will feature dishes including Seared Jumbo Sea Scallops, Grilled Australian Lamb Loin and Duck Confit Meatballs – just to name a few. To view the full menu, please click here.
Expect a collection of varietals from Sauvignon Blanc to Cabernet Sauvignon; expertly paired flavors, for an unforgettable celebration.
Availability is limited. Reserve your table now by clicking here or by calling Del Frisco’s Back Bay directly at (617) 259-1568.
Join the French Cultural Center for a wine tasting and dinner with La Voile.
Epicureans rejoice! To kick-off the French Cultural Center’s season of wine tastings, they will explore the lovely wines of Alsace with a wine tasting, followed by a separate three-course pairing dinner.
Come discover the lesser-known wines of Alsace, presented by Alexandre Sojfer, Resident Sommelier at La Voile and 1855 Bar à Vins. Alex will share his expertise working with vineyards from Alsace and why this region’s grounds are so prolific yet less available to the American market than other varietals.
Event in English. Advance RSVP strongly recommended. The general tasting is a standing event – this is not a sit-down seminar. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a seat/chair, if needed.
The following dinner is a sit-down three-course dinner in the French Cultural Center’s Library.