Things to do for May 06, 2010

The Weekender

Bourbon, Senegalese Brunch and a Brewery Turns 21

The weekend celebrates Cinco all week long.

Blue Room Opens Patio for Lunch

Blue Room Opens Patio for Lunch

Good news to those of you working in Kendall Square: the outdoor-dining-starved area has got one more patio to eat on. The Blue Room is now serving lunch outside—order a pulled-pork sandwich and a couple of $1 PBR tallboys, and do your best to extend the lunch hour.

Weekdays, 11:30am-1:30pm, The Blue Room, 1 Kendall Square, 617-494-9034

A Pub Crawl Through Charlestown

A Pub Crawl Through Charlestown

Charlestown. Historic. Picturesque. And prime territory for an all-day pub crawl, courtesy of the Boston Ski & Sports Club. You'll begin your journey through the cobblestoned streets at 1:30pm, with one-hour stops and gratis apps at haunts like Warren Tavern and Ironside. Pace yourself.

The Brunch of Western Africa

The Brunch of Western Africa

If you've ever been curious about how the people of Senegal tackle a hangover, you'll have a chance to find out starting this Sunday. South End staple Teranga unveils a brunch featuring French Crepes stuffed with Nutella or stir-fry chicken, Baguette French Toast and Ham and Cheese Crepes with Egg. It would seem the French made their culinary mark at some point.

Weekends starting May 9, 10:30am-2:30pm, Teranga, 1746 Washington St, 617-266-0003

Your Newest Ally vs. Monday: Bourbon

Your Newest Ally vs. Monday: Bourbon

Gorgeous weekends make Mondays feel all the more unbearable. Enter Somerville BBQ joint Redbones and its bourbon tasting this Monday night. Twelve bucks gets you half-ounce samples of bourbon from Kentucky and New York, plus gratis apps like catfish fingers, corn fritters and hushpuppies. You'll deal with Tuesday on Tuesday.

May 10, 5-7pm, $12 at door, Redbones, 55 Chester St, Somerville, 617-628-2200

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