Go down the rabbit hole for 90 minutes of clues, cupcakes and curiosities! The Alice Immersive Cocktail Experience takes you through the looking glass while enjoying two absurdist cocktails, solving riddles, embarking on scavenger hunts, and snacking on themed treats This fun, interactive event that is perfect for your date night, team building event or celebration.
Friday, March 4 – Sunday, March 6 at The Merchant, Franklin St, Boston.
The Art of Banksy pop-up exhibition features original and authenticated works associated with, arguably, the most intriguing and talked-about artist in modern history. On display are prints, canvasses, screenprints, sculptures, unique works and limited-edition pieces mainly dated between the years 1997 to 2008, the period which resulted in Banksy’s most recognizable and well-known works.
Exhibition opened February 17, The Harvard Coop, Cambridge, MA.
The Koji Club has officially opened its doors in Brighton, and you can help christen the neighborhood’s latest addition by taking part in its sake tasting this weekend. They’ll be pouring three different styles of sake for you to sample alongside some snacks, so you can find your bearings within this beverage genre and discover which types are most to your liking—all in a lighthearted environment. Buy tickets online beforehand to secure your spot.
Koji Club, Sunday, February 20
Whether you’re unlucky in love, totally in love, or just nervous about pronouncing “pre-fixe” out loud, this Valentine’s Day everyone’s invited to Kiss & Tell at Nick's Comedy Stop. Skip the cheap champagne, drugstore chocolate and blood diamonds, and instead join three of NYC's sexiest comedians as they spill their hottest tips, biggest red flags and wildest romps.
Comedians Carly Ann Filbin (UCB), Bobby Hankinson (SiriusXM) and Emmy Harrington (Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), are here to be your...
With city skyline and river views under a glowing dome, the new Chill Over the Charles igloo experience at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston-Cambridge is the latest cold-weather activity to add to your bucket list!
From the comfort of your igloo, sample a collection of four Framinghammer Baltic Porter Beers by local brewer Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers or warm up with a spiked apple cider, coffee or hot chocolate. Dine à la carte or indulge in the four course pre-fixe menu, including classic Ne...
Toni Morrison’s first novel ‘The Bluest Eye’ will be reimagined by adapter Lydia Diamond and director Awoye Timpo as a haunting, thrilling theatrical experience in which audience members sit in a circle to re-experience the story of 11-year-old Pecola, the young Black girl who believes that blue eyes would change her world and others’ perceptions of her. If you don’t feel comfortable attending in person, you can purchase a digital ticket instead.
Friday, January 28 – Sunday, January 30, Ca...
With over three decades of tradition, the 2022 Boston Wine & Food Festival is returning to Rowes Wharf with an exciting lineup of epicurean experiences. Break bread with winemakers from around the globe and enjoy the cuisine of New England’s very best culinary artists. The festival includes Cocktail Jazz Brunches, Art and Wine with renowned photographer Andy Katz, and a weekend celebrating Massachusetts’ best-selling author, Elin Hilderbrand.
Located in the center of the Boston Common, the magic of the Frog Pond is apparent as you stroll up. Open from December to March, depending on how cold the winter is, you can take a spin around the pond—or just watch skaters zoom by. Bring your own skates or rent some at the concession stand. Lessons for all ages are available, and there are cute seal-shaped skating aids for children. Open seven days a week, the weekends and holidays are the busiest. While you wait your turn, there’s a café a...
Snuggle up with warm cocktails at Time Out Market's Après Bar. The Fenway establishment has transformed the bright blue van parked outside its patio into a wonderland of warm beverages. Conveniently located right beside The Rink at 401 Park, presented by REI, the Après Skate Bar will be serving up hot cocktails and cold beer to folks stepping off the ice (and people who don’t even bother lacing up those skates) on weekends throughout the winter.
Saturday and Sundays from 11am—9pm