Things to do for January 15, 2015
Fried Chicken, Street Food and a Giant Ice Castle
The weekend wore it best.
Today in Two-Brand-New-Lunch-Spots...
If you’re open to alternate spellings of Vietnamese sandwiches: a sizable new outpost of
Bon Me is now open in Fort Point.
If you suddenly crave a Peking-duck-filled dosa while on Newbury: you’ll find a new sit-down branch of Dosa Factory in what used to be Steve’s. Sorry, Steve.
Hear That? That’s a Sault Sale.
20% and 50%. Without context, they’re just numbers. But with context, they’re numbers describing up to how much you can take off of Jack Spade sweaters, Penfield jackets, Todd Snyder x Champion sweatshirts and other fall/winter gear from Sault in-store and online. Pro tip: clothes help with the whole staying warm thing.
This Castle Is an Ice Castle
New Hampshire’s mammoth new ice castle, by the numbers:
Total acreage: 1
Amount of ice, in pounds: 20 million
Number of icicles (estimated): 500,000
Height of ice walls: 20 to 30 feet
Slide-able ice slides: 1
Canyons, tunnels and mazes to explore: many
Probability your unorthodox winter date succeeds: high
Winner, Winner, Row 34 Chicken Dinner
Row 34’s fried chicken is great, isn’t it? Okay, stop lying. You’ve never had it because it was never on the menu before. But now you’ll find it waiting for you every Sunday, with pommes puree, gravy and coleslaw on the side. So you can stop being a liar now.
Pepperoni Popcorn and Movies Here
Every Monday night, Pastoral’s bartenders will be screening some of their favorite films (Animal House, The Avengers, probably not The Seventh Seal) at their bar, accompanied by drink specials and things like gratis pepperoni-flavored popcorn. This week, it’s This Is the End. Please remember to silence your cell phone.