Union Square in Somerville is known for its bars, eateries and history. That's why Bronwyn will be a wonderful addition to this neighbhorhood's already happening environment.
Bronwyn's atmosphere is comfortable and contemporary. The owners, a husband and wife duo, plan to "pay homage to their German roots by serving food and drink inspired from the region" which will include Bavarian sausages, riesling sauerkraut, pretzels and foie gras.
"This new spot has the potential of joining the already flourishing nightlife scene of Union Square. It plans to offer Eastern and Central European beers, but local beer fans don't fret -- American beers that are brewed in the European style will also be available. Craft cocktails, wines from central Europe, and schnapps will also make up the drink menu."
While Bronwyn opens May 15, you can start making reservations on May 11.
Calling all Beers, GET OUT OF THE WAY! Sam Adams is coming in strong, and leaving no room for you Miller Light! Or any beer for that matter. At Cheers Beacon Hill/Bull and Finch Pub on 84 Beacon Street, Sam Adams is taking over ten taps. With interesting brews that many have not had, you are sure to be in for quite the treat. There will be raffle prizes and tastings, kegs, and great people. This is an all day event, starting at 11 AM. Make sure to not forget your loaf of bread, for you need to show Sam Adams who is boss! (Not that i'm saying you can't handle your alcohol) When: Friday, November 16th, 11AM-9PM The Tap Takeover Includes: Sam Adams Larger Sam Adams Brick Red Sam Adams Winter Ale Angry Orchard Cider Chocolate Squirrel White Christmas Merry Mischief Belgian Seasonal Leviathan!
Hey, they said it first, so quit threatening to wash my mouth out!
If you are in for a thrilling afternoon or evening in Boston, this place is a must! For all of you gentlemen out there, if you are having trouble figuring out how to really drive your significant other crazy, then this place is a one stop tutorial! (make sure to bring your notepad!)
Make sure to keep your game face on because these waitors won't hesitate to forget that manners even exist. Their actions are distasteful, but you can't help but chuckle with confusion when your silverware is THROWN on the table, or you're ignored time and time again.
Enjoy some grub and throw back some cold one's at Dick's Last Resort in Quincy Market at Historic Faneuil Hall! If you are used to being treated with the upmost respect I wouldn't hold your breath because but these waiters are Dicks... SERIOUSLY!
I know from experience that the waitstaff never fails to inflict humor upon its' guests so what are you waiting for? Break the rules and indulge yourself in rudeness at Dick's Last Resort... not to mention they have live music every night!
YEAH! Get your roller derby fix on tonight!
Come join the Boston Derby Dames for the final game of the 2011 season! If you have never seen roller derby in-person then it's never too late to start. Doors open at 4:00pm and game begins at 5:00pm. Double-header, how can you beat that?! Make some friends, learn the game and enjoy the colorful banter of our announcers. Don't be surprised if you lose your voice from all the excitement! Click here to get tickets or find out more information.
Bout #1: Cosmonaughties vs Maine (Expo Bout)
Bout #2: Nutcrackers vs Wicked Pissahs (Championship)
Where: Aleppo Shriners Auditorium | 99 Fordham Rd, Wilmington, MA
When: Saturday, September 10, 2011 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Price: $12.00 - $25.00
Head to the Seaport World Trade Center to celebrate 100 American Brewers and 400 craft beers!
Starting June 3 to June 4.
Sounds like a GRAND time.
Click here to get tickets and more information.
That's right people, it's that time of the year again! Get your beer drinking festivities on at Harpoon Fest. (click the name to get specific details).
Friday May 20 and Saturday May 21.
HarpoonFest 2011: Save the Date! Join us on May 20th and 21st as we kick off the summer here at the brewery at HarpoonFest. Celebrate 25 years of Harpoon with good friends and great beer!
A celebration of the best of Summer – Fresh beer and live music
Boston’s Harpoon Brewery offers the ideal outdoor venue for celebrating summer
A wide selection of different styles of fresh beer from Harpoon and UFO
Delicious food sold by a variety of vendors
Come sit back, relax and enjoy the summer with friends at the Harpoon Brewery
Featuring popular Boston bands and DJs
(Rain or Shine)
PLEASE NOTE: NEW WEEKEND IN 2011
||5:30 - 11:00 pm
||at 9:30 pm
||2:00 - 9:00 pm
||at 7:30 pm
|all times are subject to change
Enjoy a day of ballet fun for the dancers and story lovers in your family at the Main Branch of the Boston Public Library when dancers from the Boston Conservatory take center stage with David Ira Rottenberg who reads his picture book, Gwendolyn, the Graceful Pig, while members of the company perform a dance/mime of the story and afterward present a mini-dance lesson for the children in the audience.
Where:Boston Public Library - Central Branch,
When: Wednesday 3pm-4pm
Enjoy this evening's weather at Sel de la Terre's Mini Burger Monday!
Slip into a seat at Sel de la Terre's Boylston Street bar between 5:00 and 7:00pm on an upcoming Monday night to order your fill of sliders from the Mini Burger Monday menu. Even though he's working on a slightly smaller scale, chef Louis Dibiccari still finds plenty of room to get creative, topping his tasty, diminutive little treats with marinated mushrooms, cilantro pesto, almonds and pickles. Of course, he also appeals to burger purists with a more basic version topped with Vermont cheddar, house smoked bacon and spicy aioli. At $2.50 each you can try them all in one sitting. Or, pair the slider of your choice with a beer for $6.50. Call Sel de la Terre at 617.266.8800 for more info.
Where: 774 Boylston Street | Boston, MA 02199
When: Tonight 5pm-7pm
We are officially a year old today!! It's our 365th day...we can't believe it's been a year. We thought, why not make a list of the top ten things to do in Boston that are a constant in Boston, that makes Boston...well Boston. If you have suggestions, or would like to add, leave a comment!! We always appreciate the love!
Samuel Adams Brewery
Tours and tastings occur on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from noon to 3 p.m., Fridays from noon to 5:30 p.m., and Saturdays between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., starting every half hour. Located at 30 Germania Street in Jamaica Plain.
• Harpoon Brewery
Monday thru Friday tastings at 4PM. Wednesday thru Friday offers a 2pm tour as well. Saturday starting at 11:30AM to 5PM (starting every half hour), Sunday starting at 12pm to 3pm (starting every half hour). Located at 306 Northern Ave in the Seaport District.
9. Public Library
From the history and architecture of the actual library, to the many events and programs going on, you'll never be bored. For real!
8. View Boston from above at the Prudential Skywalk
Get the best views of Boston from the Prudential Skywalk
7. Swan Boots
For over 130 years, the Swan Boats have been a part of the Boston experience. As a welcome sign of Spring, they grace the waters of the Boston Public Garden, the first botanical garden in the United States. Famed in the stories Make Way for Ducklings and The Trumpet of the Swan, the Swan Boats are the only boats of their kind in the world.
To the delight of the young and old for over 130 years, the Swan Boat tradition has been preserved by the Paget Family to provide our residents and visitors with a unique Boston memory to endure for generations.
6. SOWA Market - Holiday and all
Open Sundays. May 1st through October 30th. 10AM-4pm. 460 Harrison Ave, Boston MA.
The SoWa Open Market ® offers a shopping experience like no other in Boston. With an ever-changing group of artisans, a hip location and the chance to feel the sun on your face while you browse, it’s a trip worth making. The market offers the opportunity to meet the artists, vendors and farmers behind the work. Every week offers shoppers something different and unique – you won’t want to miss it!
5. Frog Pond Come Shine or Come Snow
The Boston Common Frog Pond is managed through a public-private partnership between the Skating Club of Boston, the Boston Parks Department and the City of Boston. From wading in water in Boston's heat to ice skating in the winter.
For general information about the Frog Pond – including hours of operation, skating lessons and reservations – we encourage you to browse this website.
4. Tour Boston on Bicycle
To get more information check out their site: Walk'n Mass
Where: Marino Recreation Center |369 Huntington Ave
When:Thursday, Apr 21 7:00a to 6:00p
3. Aquarium & Science Museum
If you're looking to relax watching the fish or want to learn something AWESOME. These two attractions never bore. Even the IMAX has something going on that is guaranteed to please.
2. The BeeHive
We figured since the Beehive has the most mentions on our site, we should suggest them. With a great atmosphere, food and music, the Beehive should be made a "must" on any Bostonian's list.
1. Duck Tours
You've never toured Boston in anything that comes close to Boston Duck Tours. The fun begins as soon as you board your "DUCK", a W.W.II style amphibious landing vehicle. Tour throughout Boston in these vehicles, well constantly quacking and learning about Boston. It's a guaranteed good time, and is a constant in Boston. You know Spring is here when the Duck Tours start up again.
We hope you've enjoyed 365 so far. There is much much more to come. If you have event suggestions, please share!! It's all about community here!!
If you're planning on going out tonight for drink and food, may we suggest heading the Hynes Convention Center and attending the Taste of the Nation?
Boston's finest chefs & restaurants will participate in Share Our Strength's Taste of the Nation, including Andy Husbands of Tremont 647 and the last season of Hells Kitchen, Jody Adams of Rialto, and Richard Garcia, the new executive chef at 606 Congress at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.
Area charities benefiting include The Greater Boston Food Bank; Food for Free Committee; Cooking Matters, formerly known as Operation Frontline–Massachusetts; and Project Bread/The Walk for Hunger.
Tickets are $90 if you purchase ahead of time, and $100 at the door.
Where: Hynes Convention Center | 900 Boylston S
When: Tonight starting at 6:30pm to 9pm
To get more information and tickets please click here.