Some like it hot. You like it hottest in the world. Luckily, we’ve managed to get our hands on the first batch of salsa made from the hottest pepper known to man. And we’re bringing the goods to your door for 50% off the normal rate. Your taste buds have been warned.
Things to do for March 03, 2011
Scotch Eggs, Endless Pancakes and Cycling
The weekend is winning.
Tico Brings the Lunch Fury
There are those who go through life in the unfortunate situation of being without Crispy Fried Chicken and Buttermilk Dressing Tacos at midday. Luckily, that’s not your fate now that Michael Schlow’s Tico has begun lunch service in the Back Bay. Do think of those poor souls while eating.
Dorchester’s New Bicycle Fantasia
Just yesterday we told you about a revolutionary new AAA-ish service for bikes. But should you be sans wheels, you’ll be happy to know that Dorchester’s new Ashmont Cycles is now open for all your high-end biking (think: Fuji, Linus) needs. Here’s to spring...
Lunching Like Groundskeeper Willie
To tide you over till St. Patrick’s, the Haven in JP is giving you Scottish afternoons. Which means you can now land their traditional Scottish fare like Sausage Sandwiches and Scotch Eggs (hard-boiled egg wrapped in sausage and deep-fried) at lunch. Call it the Atkins by way of Edinburgh.
A fleet of the city’s top chefs from Dante, Coppa and Sel de la Terre is assembling this Saturday for a humongous family-style dinner, where they’ll each be preparing their mom’s best recipes. Think: home-style goulash, corned beef Reubens and a killer boozy punch. Just like those swing parties in the ’70s.
Like IHOP. Only Way Classier.
As you are undoubtedly aware, National Pancake Week kicks off on Sunday. To celebrate, the Bristol Lounge will be griddling up all-you-can-eat flapjacks for three hours on Saturday morning. Which should prime the pump for National Pork-Belly-Wrapped Hash Brown Week.