Things to do for September 19, 2013
Go-Karts, Oktoberfest and a Whole Bunch of Brazil
The weekend isn’t scared of clowns.
When life calls for the alfresco sipping of champagne at a museum famous for a legendary heist, you answer that call. Then you attend a presentation about the history of Roxbury’s jazz legacy. Then a live concert with a Brazilian vocalist. Then have your date congratulate you on being all culture-y.
You, Really Fast Go-Karts and Beer
The seaport will be converted into an honest-to-goodness racetrack this weekend. And a party. So if watching teams of European F1-style go-karts street race for glory in the midst of a Narragansett beer tent with Shake Shack burgers is your thing... well, this is your thing.
Brunching Like a Hawaiian in Somerville
Last night, you dreamt. Of a brunch at Foundry on Elm. With endless luau-style roast suckling pig and Bully Boy rum cocktails. Firstly: that’s a pretty great dream. Secondly: it’s coming true this weekend. Thirdly: no, that’s it, actually.
Pretzels. Brats. Beer. Well, Okay.
Remember that time you went to an Oktoberfest party on the outdoor brick patio between Belly and the Blue Room in Kendall Square, where a ticket got you two German brews and all the wood-fired sausages, brats and pretzels you could eat? If so, this is just like that time.
Here’s a... Different Kind of Food Fight
Food fights are fun. You know food fights. They’re where you throw food at each other. Unless it’s this one at Lincoln Tavern where you’re judging the chefs from West Bridge and Hungry Mother after they engage in a battle of Southeast Asian street food. Then they’re that.