Event of the Week: ICOB Pizza Throwdown Grab a siesta during lunch, because, tonight from 11p-1a at Island Creek Oyster Bar, Chef Jeremy Sewall and food photographer Michael Harlan Turkell are going toe-to-toe for charity and flipping creative pizza pies (smoked salmon, banh mi-zza, bacon & egg, etc.) alongside classic Italian vittles (breadsticks, antipasti, olive oil gelato) and ICOB staples like crab cake & lobster sliders and fried clams.
You don't even need tickets, you just need to stay awake Sunday, August 25th After strolling around the North End's Saint Anthony’s Feast and taking down bar bites at Ducali, catch the cliff divers jumping off the ICA before rolling over to the deck at the Barking Crab to partake of their new streamlined menu and raw bar.
I can't run because I screwed my knee up a bit.
Dancing seems like a lot of fun, but most types don't burn enough calories and I am not coordinated.
She immediately convinced me to join BSSC with her so we could continue playing soccer and meet new people.
Rotation is so frequent that extremely rare beers crop up on tap every now and then, and the staff is very good about steering customers towards the ones they’ll love (the menu includes full descriptions of each beer, too).Boston is a tough city to break into for people who are new and looking to expand their social circle or meet potential dates.Many people have turned to online dating to meet new people in their city, but the fact is that good old fashioned “meet cutes” still happen, and with our connections to tens of thousands of active professionals, we’ve got a few ideas for you. When Liz Barry moved to Boston from Philadelphia several years ago, she was set adrift in the post-college world where, for the first time, there was no built-in community to rely on.That being said, we’re super excited to welcome our newest engaged couple, Alexa Mislitski and Ryan Poulin!I moved to Boston in 2011 to pursue law school & to be close to my only sister, Kristen.
Many Bostonians have come to appreciate the more organic (“throwback”, if you will) social platform that BSSC provides: put together a group of people with similar interests, provide an activity around that interest, and let them take it from there. Liz tried meeting people in bars, but had difficulty striking up true friendships there.