Last weekend's postponed Bourbon Street Blowout commences tomorrow, via a midday pub crawl through six Faneuil Hall bars, $2 drafts and discounted hurricanes at participating pubs, plus prizes for wildest Mardi Gras costumes. Best of all: no spiritual repercussions. We think.
Things to do for February 19, 2010
$3 Sliders, New Brunch and All-You-Can-Eat Pizza
The weekend realizes it's a day late.
After a pleasant test run on Valentine's Day, Garden at the Cellar has (finally) decided to make Sunday brunch a regular thing. So from here on out, you can employ their Chicken Thighs and Waffles or Breakfast Pizza to diffuse those satanic hangovers, and rest easy knowing coffee (strangely unavailable previously) will be in abundance.
Evil, evil Monday. Since it can't be abolished, Pairings is offering a new slider menu starting this Monday, featuring three juicy sliders of your choice (beef, chicken, bison, veggie) and a side of fries for just $3. Understanding a deal this good has multiday appeal, they've made it available to you Monday through Saturday.
If killer sliders won't help your case of the Mondays, perhaps this will. For $25 this Monday, Picco's entire pizza menu is all-you-can-eat, which sounds like a no-brainer until you consider the same goes for ice cream. So that's endless pizza and ice cream. It seems your 10th-birthday wish has come true.
Winter tends to dampen one's BBQ intake. To remedy this tragic situation, Somerville's eclectic Redbones is offering up a buffet of free BBQ apps (think catfish fingers, ribs and sausages) on Wednesday, to be washed down with cask ales and 10 to 12 kegs from Brooklyn Brewery. Your stomach will think it's July.