Things to do for April 09, 2015

The Weekender

New Beer, New Lunches and a Sox Party

Buy me some weekend and Cracker Jack.

Thursday
Two More Lunches to Be Reckoned With
DAY ANYTHING

Two More Lunches to Be Reckoned With

This week in urgent lunch news:

Kendall: It’s Study’s maiden lunch voyage, complete with braised goat and a roving dessert cart.
Kenmore: Island Creek Oyster Bar’s seasonal Saturday lunch is back, this time with buttermilk-biscuit sandwiches and lobster rolls.

This has been this week in urgent lunch news.

Friday
New Beer News Is Good News
ALE HOUSE ROCK

New Beer News Is Good News

While you were out doing other stuff, some people in Newton started making beer. They call themselves Down the Road Beer Co., and they’ve launched a little number called Pukwudgie Pale Ale that combines German and English hops with American malts. You don’t have to know what that means.

Saturday
Suits and Sandwiches at Mr. Sid
SUIT CAMP

Suits and Sandwiches at Mr. Sid

Imagine yourself in a suit. Something Italian and impeccably tailored. Now stop doing that and reconsider any plans you made for Saturday afternoon. That’s when Zegna will descend upon Mr. Sid for a made-to-measure trunk show with near-illegal levels of suiting excellence. And sandwiches. Thought you should know about the sandwiches.

Apr 10, 9am-7pm; Apr 11, 9am-6pm; Mr. Sid, 1211 Centre St, Newton Centre, 617-969-4540

So Puritan & Company Has a Meat Market
ENDS MEAT

So Puritan & Company Has a Meat Market

For years, the adjacent space next to Puritan & Company has somehow not been a Saturday afternoon meat market serving meatball subs, New England grinders and corned beef tacos to go. But now it’s... well, you can handle it from here.

Monday
Here’s Your Opening Day Sox Party
SOX TO BE YOU

Here’s Your Opening Day Sox Party

Monday is the Sox’s first home game of the season. You may have heard. You may not have heard that Bergamot’s marking the occasion with much beer, a Sox-forward dress code, ballpark-themed specials and a projector screen showing the storied 2004 playoff games. There will most likely be hot dogs.

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