Open Newbury is returning for another year of extended patios, sidewalk sales, and fun for the whole family.
Open Newbury — our favorite summer Sundays when Newbury Street closes to cars and becomes a pedestrian promenade — is back for the 2019 season. Get ready to celebrate with your favorite Newbury Street shops, restaurants, cafes, and more on July 14, August 25, and September 15.
Check back often for more information, including a full list of offers from Newbury Street businesses.
September is National Breakfast Month, and breakfast is arguably the best meal, so why not enjoy it twice in one day?
Join the Fairmont Copley Plaza for “Brinner,” breakfast for dinner, and indulge in the satisfying tastes of morning food with the Fairmont’s upscale flair. The menu features classic breakfast flavors creatively presented for dinnertime, and a DIY mimosa bar will be open all night for guests to celebrate like it’s the A.M. Special champagne pairings will be offered each course as well.
While not mandatory, guests are encouraged to wear elegant pajamas or nightwear (appropriate for a communal gathering) to truly get in the “Brinner” spirit.
The five course “brinner” is part of Fairmont Copley Plaza’s popular 140 Supper Club series where guests descend a century-old staircase and whisper a password to be immersed into a themed, intimate dining experience hosted by Executive Chef Laurent Poulain.
smoked salmon, tomato, basil and lemon dill crème fraiche
Pairing: Domaine Sebatien Brunet Petillant Naturel, Grolleau
north country applewood smoked bacon, swiss, oven dried tomatoes, fine herbs, lemon truffle vinaigrette
Pairing: Lucien Albrecht Brut Cremant Rose
country bread, warm poached egg, shaved manchego, pickled shallots
Pairing: Vins el Cep Kila Cava
BBQ Beef Brisket Casserole
hash brown, cheddar, petite greens bouquet, green goddess dressing
Pairing: Cleto Chiarli “Vecchia Modena” Lambrusco
Vanilla Mascarpone Cheese Parfait
grand marnier mint strawberries, banana nut granola
Pairing: Marchesi di Gresy Moscato d’Asti
Join the French Cultural Center and the Boston / Strasbourg Sister City Association for a gallery opening.
“In the fields of science and art, new paradigms emerge only when we dare to go beyond what is established.” – Irene Georgakoudi, Tufts University, Biomedical Engineering
The French Cultural Center is exploring science as the catalyst for artistic expression and art as the catalyst for scientific observation! Join them for the launch of their fall cultural programs with an intriguing gallery opening presented in partnership with the Boston/Strasbourg Sister City Association. The gallery opening will include a reception with light refreshments.
Free and open to the public, registration required.
Event in English with French transcripts.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Art on Science: 26 études (AS26) is a collaborative international art project sponsored by the Boston/Strasbourg Sister City Association (BSSCA) that crosses the lines between art, science, and culture. Thirteen artists from Boston and Strasbourg each were paired with scientists from their home city to explore a scientific theme. The result? A testament to the power of curiosity and creativity and 52 incredible works of art accompanied by written scientific commentaries.
Artists took tours of laboratories. Scientists made studio visits. Some pairs worked shoulder-to-shoulder with live specimens, while others communicated virtually to share ideas and resources. Come explore the fields of art and science with us as we unveil these intriguing works!
The French Cultural Center presents an evening of French and Bostonian composers.
American artists Matthew Hoch (baritone) and Aaron Larget-Caplan (guitar) present an Art Song Recital by French and American composers, including a world premiere by Boston composer Francine Trester.
The concert is a journey from a poetic French café and countryside, to the gardens and landscapes of Spain and America. This concert marks the celebration of Larget-Caplan’s recent award from the Société Académique Arts–Sciences–Lettres. It will be a dramatic and intimate event by two splendid artists.
Composers: Reynaldo Hahn, Roland Dyens, Joaquin Rodrigo, John Cage, Matyas Seiber, and Francine Trester.
Come see what Bright Horizons® at Back Bay has in store for your child this year!
Are you trying to find the perfect fit for your child’s early education? Attend Bright Horizons’ Curriculum Night to find out how Bright Horizons® works with each age group to build on individual strengths and talents. Come see for yourself how small ideas turn into big projects at Bright Horizons®.
- Learn about World at Their Fingertips® and how it works with each age group to build on individual strengths and talents.
- Meet and talk with our engaging educators and see just how passionate they are about teaching.
- Explore activities your children will get to participate in on-site.
- See our emergent curriculum and how it uses your child’s own interests to inspire learning.
- Childcare and dinner will be provided!
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.