Things to do for September 25, 2014

The Weekender

Noodles, Football and a Patio Party

There will be no pumpkin spice weekend.

Thursday
A New JP Noodle Provider Arises
NOOD COLONY

A New JP Noodle Provider Arises

The bad news: Noodle Barn isn’t an actual barn filled with noodles, nor is it some fantastical barn made out of noodles. But it is a new noodle depository on Centre Street stocked with beef pho and deep-fried chicken wings in chili sauce. Sometimes you have to settle.

Friday
You Could Call It “Irish-Con”
INFINITE FEST

You Could Call It “Irish-Con”

First off: the “i” in “iFest” is for “Irish.” Now that that’s clear, we’ll tell you it’s the first-ever three-day Irish extravaganza at the World Trade Center with all the Riverdance-ing, whiskey tasting and Barbara Lynch cooking demos the words “Irish extravaganza” could possibly imply.

Saturday
Your Pumpkin White Russian Is at Tico
TICO SUAVE

Your Pumpkin White Russian Is at Tico

The rumors are true: it’s officially fall. But that won’t stop Tico from officiating one last patio party. A ticket earns you nonfinite quantities of grilled sausage, ginger margaritas, rum cider and pumpkin-infused White Russians. Somewhere, the Dude wishes he’d thought of pumpkin.

Peak Marshmallow Fluff at Brass Union
CALL YOUR FLUFF

Peak Marshmallow Fluff at Brass Union

This Saturday is Somerville’s _____ Festival, and Brass Union’s observing it for the first time. Expect _____ -filled moon pies, _____ and fig donut holes, pumpkin beer and cider topped with _____ foam, and a ____ -topped vodka concoction called the Seriously _____ ed. You knew it was “fluff,” right?

Sep 27, 3pm-2am, Brass Union, 70 Union Sq, Somerville, 617-623-9211

Monday
Beef Pies and the Pats Game. Deal.
PATRIOTS DAY

Beef Pies and the Pats Game. Deal.

This Monday night will be unlike any other in history. Because Stoddard’s is open for the first time, specifically to show you the Patriots vs. Chiefs game and feed you kimchi chicken wings and a braised-beef pie from KO pies. Like we said, history.

Elsewhere on the Daddy

More Weekenders in Boston