Your Perks: 1) Goldbely is delivering turducken, pumpkin cake and other holiday foods to your door. (Order today to get them in time for Thanksgiving.) 2) 25% off leather wallets inspired by gangsters. 3) 32% off Swiss-made watches for you... or someone you like. This is how you win the holidays.
Things to do for November 21, 2013
Cheeseburger Bloodys and a Courthouse Full of Whiskey. Silly Weekend.
Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the weekend.
Go Here for Thanksgiving Everything
Speaking of turducken... should you be attempting your own this year, you’ll need a few things.
1) Handsome kitchen tools.
2) A library of vintage cookbooks.
3) Thanksgiving-friendly cooking classes.
Well, this new shop called Farm & Fable has that stuff. Now all you need is a turducken farm.
Lunch Called. Nebo Answered.
Nebo forgot to have lunch when it moved into its new spot back in June. Thankfully, it realized the error of its ways. Among the new lunch offerings: a roster of ciabatta sandwiches inspired by snack shops along the Italian Autostrade. Like a Peroni-battered whitefish one. All sandwich roads should lead to Peroni-battered.
A Courthouse Full of Beer and Whiskey
Courthouses: mostly filled with lawyers and naked statues. But come Friday, the Moakley Courthouse will be filled with gratuitous samples of local beer, mead and WhistlePig 100-proof rye for the Local Craft Brewfest. Not a bad day in court.
Sound the New-Brunch Alarm
Back in September, Beat Hotel rolled into town. You knew it was only a matter of time until apple-compote french toast and mimosas showed up, too. So they did. They went ahead and did. And they’re throwing live jazz into the mix, too. Otherwise it would just be “Hotel.”
There’s a Cheeseburger in Your Bloody
Cheeseburgers and Bloody Marys. Both have always been in good supply at the Met Bar. Bloody Marys with skewered cheeseburgers popping out of them... less so. Which is probably why they have a Bloody bar with 13,000 possible combinations now. Pretty sure a few thousand of those involve cheeseburgers.