Things to do for June 18, 2015

The Weekender

Ice Cream Sandwiches and a Rock Club Rummage Sale

Like father, like weekend.

Thursday
Friday
An Entire Night of 100-Cent Oysters
SHELL CURVE

An Entire Night of 100-Cent Oysters

This Friday, the Merchant’s granting you the right to purchase dollar oysters for nine consecutive hours. So if you’ve got a couple spare bills lying around, that’s the time to use them. And if you’ve got nine spare hours lying around, you... know where this is going.

Jun 19, 4pm-1am, The Merchant, 60 Franklin St, 617-482-6060

Ice Cream Sandwiches. Go Get ’Em.
GO FIG OR GO HOME

Ice Cream Sandwiches. Go Get ’Em.

**A LEVEL 5 ICE CREAM SANDWICH ALERT HAS BEEN ISSUED**

Now that we have your attention: 3 Little Figs is doing that once-a-year thing where they make sandwiches using cookies and vanilla or toasted-coconut ice cream paired with their affogato. That’s what makes it Level 5.

Jun 19, 6pm until it’s gone, $5/pairing, 3 Little Figs, 278 Highland Ave, Somerville, 617-623-3447

Saturday
Blink and This Spanish Place Disappears
SPAIN’S WORLD

Blink and This Spanish Place Disappears

It’s true: pop-up crew Bread & Salt’s opening a restaurant soon. Hooray. But before that happens, they’re opening a monthlong Spanish restaurant inside Cuisine en Locale to hold you over with 36-month jamón ibérico and housemade vermouth. This week’s biggest vermouth news by a long shot.

Now soft-open for lunch and brunch, officially open Jun 25-Jul 19 (lunch/dinner Thu-Sat, brunch Sunday), Gitana at Cuisine en Locale, 156 Highland Ave, Somerville, 617-702-2412, see the menu

T.T.’s Is Closing. Everything’s for Sale.
BEAR AND SQUARE

T.T.’s Is Closing. Everything’s for Sale.

Yes, T.T. the Bear’s Place is closing after four decades of rock club infamy. We’ll give you a moment. Now know that you can come down Saturday and buy everything that’s left—dishes, furniture, antiques—all while the bar serves drinks. See you in rock heaven, T.T.’s.

Sunday
For Dad: A Pop-Up Shop and a Reggae BBQ
DAD DECISIONS

For Dad: A Pop-Up Shop and a Reggae BBQ

For last-minute Father’s Day gifts: Boston General Store’s popping up at Bloc 11 with beard oil and waxed-canvas bags made with WWII leather gun slings.
For last-minute Father’s Day plans: Liberty Hotel’s annual yard cookout, with all the jerk chicken, reggae and cigars Pops can handle.

In summary: dad stuff.

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