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Things to do for July 09, 2009
$18 Hotel Rooms, Kung Fu Flicks and Brunch Every Day
The weekend would stay at Copley even though it lives in the city.
The thought of tackling the pike during traffic to get to Newton means there needs to be a very good reason to go there. Here's ours: 51 Lincoln rolls out its new menu, which, with the exception of three constants, will be completely new every day. We hear the chef is working with a whole hog on Friday, so get your EZ Passes on the windshield now.
Throwing convention out the window, the Back Bay's Vox Populi is starting to serve brunch every day of the week. So now, a jonesing for pancakes on a Tuesday won't require being faced with a Waffle House or an IHOP as the sole options, unless it's 3am and you're already in one.
It's always good to laugh as much as you can before Monday. Close out the weekend with a white-wash of bawdy comedy in Cambridge, as a mishmash of talent from This American Life, CollegeHumor and more perform at the Middlesex Lounge, hosted by Sam Brown of the Whitest Kids U'Know.
This Monday, the Squealing Pig launches the innovative "Spin Kick Mondays," which entails 30 minutes of heavy metal before a flurry of kung fu movies until closing time. This way, you can watch Jackie Chan get his teeth knocked out just as yours bite into the Pig's signature melted Mars Bar sandwich.
The French don't need an excuse to drink wine, so when there actually is one, you probably should be a part of it as well. With several hundred descending on the French stronghold for the day, you'll want to head to the biggest and Frenchiest Official Bastille Day bash being thrown at the Liberty Hotel in Beacon Hill. Berets not included.
To celebrate turning the big 118, Copley Square Hotel is offering one of the most amazing hotel deals we've ever heard of. On Tuesday, starting at 1:18pm, you'll have 118 minutes to book rooms online from July 14-September 24 for as low as $18 a night. (For each minute past 1:18pm, the rooms cost you another dollar.) So get your double-clicking finger ready and prepare to steal one here.