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Things to do for April 25, 2013
Quahogs, T-Shirts and Bacon-ing at Sea
The weekend, while humble, is actually quite badass.
Spring Tees of Defunct Brands
The encroaching good weather means one thing: a lot more T-shirt wearing. So if you could use some fresh stock, Motley in the South End is now carrying a cool line of graphic tees with logos from expired brands and vintage WWII propaganda on them. That’s one way to support the Allied Powers.
Cinco de Mayo = Bacon and a Boat
This weekend, you’ll be thinking about where to get bacon out on Boston Harbor on a boat during brunch. Just like every weekend. But that will be possible next weekend by way of a few hours at sea with a bacon-heavy brunch, plus High & Mighty beer. And karaoke. The true mark of Sunday.
The Sinclair: Now with Herb-y Patio
When the Sinclair blossomed to life in Harvard Square with food from Michael Schlow and killer live music, it was great. Greater: it’s now about to open a brand-new, 52-seat, teakwood patio lined with fresh herbs that may end up in your drink. Or drinks, rather.
Quahogs and Live Music in Falmouth
Quahogs are great. So is rock and roll. Both come together at Quahog Republic in Falmouth on Sunday, when you’ll sample from more than 250 stuffed quahogs that local citizens are whipping up, while a light-rock radio station broadcasts live. Oh, and you’ll have the chance to win a 15-pound lobster. Bring a dolly.
Gratis Jerky. Caveman Dieting. Go.
Maybe you’ve heard of Paleo: a diet harking back to our caveman brethren’s meat- and fish-heavy cuisine. Well, the Biltmore in Newton has a five-course Paleo-inspired dinner on Monday that starts with beef jerky and ends with housemade Almond Joy. If there’s one thing Neanderthals loved, it was Almond Joy.