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Things to do for June 13, 2013
Rum Popsicles, New Brunch and Warplanes
The weekend is a triple rainbow.
You and Spiked Popsicles. Poolside.
The Bruins’ loss was disheartening. You could use a swim. And a popsicle. Better make for the pool at Box 109 and do whatever it is you do when life hands you Strawberry Peach Vodka Collins and mojito-watermelon popsicles. Which is probably just eating them, but to each their own.
Solved: Friday Lunch in Southie
Today in lunch: Lincoln Tavern... has that now. Specifically, things like wood-fired pies and truffle mac and cheese. And if you email them before 5pm on Thursdays, they’ll even send a gratis executive shuttle bus to usher you over. Rerouting it to the beach may require finesse.
This Is the Part About Lobster Rolls
Luke’s Lobster, the NYC lobster roll institution, is popping up at the Supply Good Market this weekend. And that’s great news. But they’re also bringing a bunch of quarter-pound lobster rolls with them. Which is even greater news. Funny how that worked out.
Blatantly ogling an old Midwesterner: perfectly acceptable when it’s a 1932 Duesenberg (it’s from Iowa). Or any of the other 90-plus classic cars that’ll be in Stow this weekend. You can also fly around in vintage warplanes like a PT-17 Stearman. With a professional pilot. Who’s hopefully good at flying those.
You and Monster Mimosas. And Brunch.
Random fact: butterflies taste with their feet. More useful random fact: Boston Chops is now offering a 14-ounce mimosa (the regular ones are five ounces) with their new brunch service. They’re also offering bottomless frites and Steak and Cheese Bloody Marys. No, they don’t come on a bun.