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Things to do for September 22, 2011
Surf Rock, Hangover Burgers and Hard Shucking
The weekend graces the cover of the October issue.
Ponies and Hamburger Pizza at Midnight
Late-night bites. The day’s most underrated meal. Thus, Blue Inc. begins a new themed late-night menu at the bar on weekends. For the remainder of September, it’s “pizza and beer” (think: buckets of ponies and hamburger pizza), followed by “tacos and margaritas” in October. November’s theme: “Tums.”
75 Beers. Free Sausage. Get On It.
Fall in New England is synonymous with weekend drives through the changing foliage. And you can skip right over that on Saturday if landing gratis sausage and brats while sampling five ounces of over 75 beers (Allagash, Sixpoint) trumps leaf-peeping in your eyes. We think it just may.
Proper Football Food-ing
The only thing better than watching football on Sundays with a spread of killer wings, cheese fries, beef skewers and beer: doing it at your local haunt. Canary Square is offering said staples (including something called the “hangover burger”) during Sunday games all season long. No, you can’t crash there.
Oysters and Surf Rock in Plymouth
Football or not, some Sundays just scream “oysters.” And others scream “surf rock.” Get both in Plymouth this Sunday at Union Fish, featuring $1 Island Creek oysters, oyster shooters, a shuck-off and, of course, a live surf-rock band. Sex Wax not required, but not frowned upon either.
Guacamole and Tequila. Pals.
The Mondays. They plague your every week. A known remedy: guacamole, especially when it’s at Papagayo’s epic Guacapalooza. Awaiting you: live music, passed apps and multiple guac stations, each paired with blanco, reposado and añejo tequilas. We anxiously await Sour Cream-stock.