This Saturday, the Newport Waterfront Irish Festival kicks off. You’ll be treated to hours of traditional Irish bands, devour heaps of authentic Irish food (corned beef, bangers and mash, shepherd’s pie) and even be taught to pour the perfect Guinness pint. Or re-taught, as it were...
Things to do for September 02, 2010
Guinness, Yoga and Brunch on a Mountain
The weekend is a hurricane.
One Last Free-Yoga Brunch
It’s been a fun summer of yoga and brunching at Miel, but alas, it ends Saturday. Go out with a deep stretch with an 8am yoga class, followed by Truffle Hash Browns, Spinach Egg White Omelets, Turkey Sausage and Lavender Blueberry Smoothies. And keep in touch with that mat.
If you’ve been saying, “I need more fried oysters in my life,” you’ll like this. Tryst turns six this month, and they’re celebrating with Crispy Fried Oysters, Grilled Tuna Tacos and Chorizo Flatbread for $6. This also works if you’ve been saying, “I need more Arlington in my life.”
Speaking of finales, Loon Mountain’s last summertime brunch happens this Sunday. You’ll take a gondola ride to the top, then marvel at the views over your endless bacon, eggs, home fries, pancakes and french toast at the Summit Cafe. And there’s no charge for yodeling.
You’ve always felt your nightlife carousings were an art form. Now finally someone agrees. At Wish You Were Here, you’ll see photos from bars and clubs from 2005 to the present. (There will also be a DJ.) Don’t freak when you see a pic from your 2007 neckbeard phase.