Things to know for Monday
Your daily round up for Monday, November 27:
Working up an appetite with all of your holiday shopping? Eater Boston has come up with the ultimate Quincy Market food crawl to help you navigate around the tourist trap and onto some tasty treats in surrounding areas like the North End.
The downtown beer garden launched with Trillium Brewing this past summer has raked in about $150,000 for the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy. The pop-up drew an estimated 100,000 visitors in five month and earned nearly five times what the nonprofit was budgeting for in the first-year venture, Boston Herald has the full story.
The BPDA has discovered that Pier 5 in the Charlestown Navy Yard is too far gone and in such bad shape that it can no longer be used for anything. The structure is far more deteriorated than anyone expected and likely cannot support any development or programming, Charlestown Patriot-Bridge has the full story.
Classic North End Barbershop:
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Wednesday, November 29:
6:00PM Still They Persisted at Old North Church. The Old North Church Foundation Speaker Series will be hosting Professor Robert Forrant as he explores the 1912 Bread & Roses strike. A reception and conversation will follow the talk, view additional details and pre-register for the event here.
From the Community:
Bodega Canal, the newest restaurant from the Ward 8 and North Square Oyster crew is opening this week on Canal Street near the TD Garden. Owner Nick Frattaroli, and his team look to create a fun and lively Mexican restaurant with an intricate design and serious bar menu, continue reading.
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