Things to do for September 13, 2013

The Weekender

Kung Fu, Knockwurst and Breakfast Banh Mi

Cool like the other side of the weekend.

Friday
An Evening of Outdoor Kung Fu Flicks
ICHOP

An Evening of Outdoor Kung Fu Flicks

There’re too many buildings not using large expanses of brick and concrete walls for martial arts movies, you always say. Well, apparently someone heard you, because they’re now screening classic chop-socky films outdoors next to the Chinatown Park gate. Nice going, you.

Sep 13-15, 8pm, Chinatown Park (beside the gate)

Your Late-Night Kielbasa Option
KIEL OR BE KIEL’D

Your Late-Night Kielbasa Option

With the night come the cravings. Cravings for witching-hour fried eggs and kielbasa, maybe a housemade bretzel, or just a simple brat with a side of sauerkraut. So instead of denying yourself such things, Bronwyn’s new late-night menu is here with German street food. Bank on weird dreams later.

Fri-Sat, 11pm-12:30am; Sun-Thu, 10:30pm-12:30am; Bronwyn, 255 Washington St, Somerville, 617-776-9900, see the menu

Sunday
Beers on the Bank of the River
CHARLES IN CHARGE

Beers on the Bank of the River

Drinking by the river: now that’s a Sunday. Drinking by a riverside beer garden at the Harry Parker Boathouse while live DJs and bands play on a stage and you control your hops-fueled urges to cannonball into the Charles: that’s this Sunday.

Monday
Banh Mi for Breakfast. Huzzah.
GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM

Banh Mi for Breakfast. Huzzah.

Monday mornings call for two things: less Monday morning and more Vietnamese treats. Enter Sa Pa. They’ve got a new AM menu that launches on Monday with breakfast banh mi sandwiches and kimchi-and-bacon quiches. See, Vietnamese treats.

Starts Sep 16, 7-11am, Sa Pa, 92 Bedford St, 617-303-7000

Wednesday
Doing the Whole Oktoberfest Thing
BEST OF THE FEST

Doing the Whole Oktoberfest Thing

Oktoberfest in Germany is incredible. Oktoberfest at Olde Magoun’s Saloon in Somerville is... closer. So drop by there any Wednesday through October 30 for beers and a knockwurst Reuben. That’s like a regular Reuben, but with ale-braised sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing made with bacon fat. Hey, wipe your mouth. Jeez.

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