Things to do for January 13, 2011

The Weekender

Button-Downs, Frittatas and the Blues

The weekend hasn’t even touched its gift cards yet.

Thursday
Track Your Resolutions in Your Pocket
PERK ALERT

Track Your Resolutions in Your Pocket

Resolutions: easy to make. Less easy to keep. So we’re setting you up with Fitbit, a wireless personal training device that tracks every calorie you burn, even the ones from lifting a martini glass. We’re also throwing in six gratis months of Premium Membership. Go ahead, have an extra martini.

Uncle Pete’s Goes 50% Off
SALE-ING

Uncle Pete’s Goes 50% Off

If you haven’t noticed, we just got crushed in snow. So before you start yanking spring gear out from storage, you may want to hit Uncle Pete’s, where they’re taking 50% off fall/winter gear like Wolf vs Goat button-downs, outerwear by Fjällräven and Rag & Bone sweaters.

Uniform Goes 25% Off
MORE SALE-ING

Uniform Goes 25% Off

While you’re at it, maybe stop by Uniform. They’re knocking 25% off all fall and winter gear, be it Life After Denim pants, Diesel denim or Penguin sweaters. As for some new sledding pants, your existing ones will have to do.

Ongoing, Uniform, 511 Tremont St, 617-247-2360

Saturday
JP’s Newest Brunch Staple
FRITTATA

JP’s Newest Brunch Staple

Now that the first snowpocalypse of 2011 has descended upon us, going far for brunch is something worth avoiding if possible. So JPers rejoice: Canary Square starts brunch service this Saturday, which means all your Egg Salad Sliders, Banana Bourbon French Toast and Potato Frittatas are just a hangover away.

Sat-Sun, 10:30am-3pm, Canary Square, 435 S Huntington Ave, 617-524-2500

Sunday
Getting the Blues with a Burger
MEAT RIFFS

Getting the Blues with a Burger

We don’t want to upset you, but soon there will be no more football. Here to fill the void: the new Sunday blues night at the Beehive, featuring a house blues band and a brand-new burger menu. Go for a seat near the front and a Casbah Burger: feta, tzatziki sauce and pickles.

Sundays starting Jan 16, 8pm-midnight, The Beehive, 541 Tremont St, 617-423-0069

Tuesday
Partying in the Name of Television
CHOPPED

Partying in the Name of Television

Church’s chef is making her TV debut on Food Network’s Chopped series on Tuesday. To celebrate, they’re asking you to eat their unlimited small bites (hummus, cheese boards, guacamole) and drink their $5 specials. They’ll also be passing hors d’oeuvres mirroring the “mystery basket” from the show. Dun dun dun.

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