Things to do for September 04, 2014

The Weekender

Football, Rum and Breakfast Sandwiches

He could go all... the... weekend.

Thursday
File Under: “Fried Chicken, Korean”
IN CROWD

File Under: “Fried Chicken, Korean”

We have confirmed reports that a second location of InBoston has opened in Boston. We have also confirmed reports that jokes about the name “InBoston” aren’t funny anymore. Anyway, hope you still like twice-fried Korean chicken.

Now open, InBoston, 175 Massachusetts Ave, 617-982-7118

Ribs and Beer. Must Be Football Season.
TAIL HEAD

Ribs and Beer. Must Be Football Season.

We hear a little thing called “football” is starting soon. Look it up. Then go watch it at Canary Square, where a patio tailgate situation is unfolding. One ticket grants you two ’Gansetts and as many hot dogs and 16-hour smoked ribs as you desire. Free country and all.

Sunday
It’s Another Breakfast Sandwich Battle
SHAKE AN EGG

It’s Another Breakfast Sandwich Battle

In June, there was a great breakfast sandwich war. Three months of peace followed. But now, seven chefs from the likes of Puritan & Company and Commonwealth are descending upon State Park to do sacred breakfast battle once again. And you get to eat sandwiches and drink sangria. We all do our part.

You Wanted a Tiki Brunch, You Got It
LOCK AND TIKI

You Wanted a Tiki Brunch, You Got It

We’re seeking advice on how to make brunch better. Please check off your recommendations below:
__Establish a tiki theme.
__Serve cocktails like rum-based Polynesian Bloody Marys.
__Roast an entire suckling pig.
__Do all of the above at Foundry on Elm this Sunday.
Thanks. Results will be posted at Foundry on Elm this Sunday.

Sep 7, noon, $25, Foundry on Elm, 255 Elm St, Somerville, reserve at 617-628-9999

Tuesday
A Whole Lot of Beautiful at the MFA
STARRY NIGHT

A Whole Lot of Beautiful at the MFA

You managed to procure a second meeting with some beautiful person. Well done. Now take them somewhere to look at more beautiful people like Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn and other individuals you’ve heard of at this new Yousuf Karsh exhibit featuring golden age of Hollywood portraits. It just makes sense.

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