Lasagna. Delicious, but could be more... dessert-y. Case in point: lasagna cupcakes from HeirloomLA—who’ve cooked up some exclusive flavors that we’ll FedEx to you by the dozen. Plus, Fracture is printing your photographic masterworks on glass for a fraction of the price. Even the one with the bearskin rug.
Things to do for March 17, 2011
Bonfires, Segways and a Beard-Off
The weekend is Irish. Kiss it.
Smelling Like a Vermont-er
Next time you’re shaving and say, “This perfect bone structure could use a touch of rugged Vermont,” remember this: Stel’s is the only place in town stocking Ursa Major organic shaving cream from the Green Mountain State. Think of it as Barbasol’s cheese-loving cousin.
Your New Newton Lunch Spot
Good news, toilers of Newton: 51 Lincoln has quietly decided to open their doors for lunch. Which means now those 12:35pm cravings for Pork Two Ways Cuban Sandwiches can be satisfied. Also satisfied: those 12:36pm margarita cravings. Mondays are looking up.
After St. Paddy’s Day, it’s going to take something epic to get you out on Friday. Something like bonfires, snow tubing, paintball, a maple whiskey tasting and caffeinated jerky, all of which will be available at the Adventure Expo Party in Amesbury. Yes, they’ll also have off-roading Segways.
The Food and Crazy Booze of Iceland
If there’s one thing Björk has taught you, it’s how to wear a swan. But also: how to appreciate Iceland’s cuisine, which you’ll do this Friday at Rialto. Think Fried Icelandic Langoustine Lobster and authentic cocktails featuring smoking ice, spices and vodka. It’s not Iceland without smoking ice.
Your beard and/or moustache has been called “Galifianakis-ian.” So you’ll want to head to Precinct on Saturday for their prestigious beard and mustache competition, where you can enter to win some Narragansett swag, or just vote to pick the supreme winner over beers. Rule of thumb: handlebars trump everything.