Things to do for May 01, 2014
Derby Parties, Mariachi and Girls Singing About Beer
And the weekend’s off...
Today is... not Derby Day. But it’s close enough for the folks at Mr. Sid to pack the joint with things like shrimp remoulade, fried green tomatoes, juleps galore and a Peter Millar trunk show. They kind of snuck that last one in there.
Meet the Breadettes. They’re a trio of lovely British ladies who are about to educate you on banana bread beer through song and dance. And also pour you said beer (it’s called Wells Banana Bread) at Pier 6. If you’re thinking “why,” you’re doing it wrong.
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Sault New England needs you to take some things off their hands. And those things would include Jack Spade bags, Todd Snyder x Champion sweatshirts and New England Shirt Company button-ups for up to 70% off. You can probably find a way to help.
Three Hours of Rooftop Derby Excellence
They say the Kentucky Derby is the greatest two minutes in sports. And this rooftop soiree at Legal Harborside may be the greatest 180 minutes in Derby parties. Cases in point: the oyster bar, the DJ and passed Southern delights like mini chicken and waffles. Sorry if you wanted giant chicken and waffles.
1) A plurality of mezcal cocktails.
2) A nine-piece mariachi band.
3) Foie gras tamales.
That... was a relatively specific Cinco de Mayo wish list. But turns out, Beat Hotel will have every single one of those things on Monday night. Although you probably saw the mariachi coming.