This week, Perks is bringing you half off a sailing course at the Piers Park Sailing Center, located in the heart of Boston Harbor. After 21 hours of world-class training, you’ll receive US Sailing Certification, plus gratis PPSC membership for the rest of the 2010 season. Skipper cap not included.
Things to do for September 16, 2010
All-You-Can-Eat Wings, Pats-Watching and Scott Caan
The weekend is breaking out a new hoodie.
Cocktails = Free Flatbread at M Bar
Starting tonight, order a signature cocktail at the M Bar and you’ll land one of their fresh flatbreads like a Goat Cheese and Grilled Chicken for free. You’ve been looking for a new place to carb load.
Tonight’s your chance to board a 34-foot fishing boat for three hours of Hemingway-esque sea-hunting, followed by a hands-on tutorial on how to skin, debone and fry your catch under the tutelage of an expert. Following it up with the Great American Novel: totally optional.
All-You-Can-Eat Wing Showdown
But tonight is also your chance to watch chefs from Myers + Chang, Eastern Standard and Jerry Remy’s compete in a battle royale/death match of unlimited BBQ wing-ness, where what they produce will end up in your stomach. Note: not actually a death match.
Football at the Baseball Tavern
If Jack Donaghy has taught us anything, it’s that a person can possess two lovers. The same is true for a baseball-themed tavern. So starting this Sunday, there’ll be wall-to-wall football to go with your $1 hot dogs, 25-cent wings and $4 Bloody Marys. Don’t forget to appreciate Moss.
Hawaii Five-O-Inspired Snacks
In the ’80s, the world lost one of the truly great cop shows: Hill Street Blues. Also: Hawaii Five-O. Next week, the latter returns, hotter and Scott Caan-ier, and to celebrate, Cuffs is rolling out $5 Hawaiian bar snacks like Kona Coffee Rub Pork Sliders. Stop by and say aloha.