Wednesday, Mar 01, 2023 9:00a -
Friday, Mar 31, 2023 10:00p

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Nothing beats a bite to eat and a good glass of vino, and in Boston, there’s no shortage of delicious drinks and dishes. If you’re sick and tired of the same old Trader Joe’s meals, it’s time to step out of your comfort zone this month and try Boston’s coolest restaurants, wineries, and bars. Enjoy the most unique food and drink experiences this March—we promise you won’t regret it. 

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> Experiences are listed chronologically

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Mass Beer Week

Where: Everett

When: 3/4-3/11, times vary

Cost: Varies

What: A whole week to celebrate beer? You heard us right. Night Shift Brewing will be hosting some of the coolest, brewtastic events, from taproom yoga to a “ Luck of the Irish” comedy night to the Peach Piescraper beer release, and so much more. 

Wine by Women

Where: South Boston

When: 3/8, 7:30-9:30pm

Cost: $45

What: Taste some of the best wines on the market—all from women owned and operated vineyards. This six-feature wine tasting, paired with lite bites, will not disappoint. 

Future is Female Beer Release

Where: Downtown

When: 3/8, 5-8pm

Cost: Varies

What: March is Women’s History Month, a time to honor the brilliant contributions of female leaders throughout the decades. With Sam Adams, you can celebrate the Future is Female Beer release on International Women’s Day. 

St. Patrick’s Feast

Where: Lexington

When: 3/8, 6-8pm

Cost: $250

What: St. Paddy’s Day is the perfect time for a delicious Irish feast. At the classic Inn at Hastings Park, you can make Irish soda bread and Colcannon (as well as enjoy bubbles and hors d’oeuves) in preparation for March 17. 

Beer & Cheese Pairing

Where: Malden

When: 3/8, 7-9pm

Cost: $50

What: Even though we’re used to wine and cheese pairings, sometimes beer and cheese combos are even better. We promise you won’t be disappointed at Idle Hands Craft Ales’s great pairing class. 

Boston Wine & Food Festival

Where: Downtown

When: 3/9-3/30, times vary

Cost: $75-$950

What: This annual festival is celebrating its 34th year at the five-star Boston Harbor Hotel featuring wine dinners, intimate winemaker-hosted dinners, pop-up tastings, master class seminars, and much more. 

Honey Tasting

Where: Kendall Square

When: 3/9, 6-7:30pm

Cost: $55

What: You get more bees with honey, especially honey from Hudson Hives. Sample it yourself at this educational tasting workshop, and strengthen your senses while enjoying honey from all different floral sources. 

Irish Whiskey Dinner

Where: Lexington

When: 3/9, 6:30-9:30pm

Cost: $180

What: An old Irish proverb says, “What whiskey will not cure, there is no cure for.” At the classic Inn at Hastings Park, you can enjoy a Dubliner Irish Whiskey Dinner just in time for St. Paddy’s Day. 

Adriano's Taco Pop Up

Where: Everett

When: 3/11, 2-6pm

Cost: Pay per order

What: Another taco, por favor. If you’ve been craving something caliente, or anything packed with delicious mexican flavors, we know just the place. Adriano’s Taco Pop Up pairs perfectly with Bone Up Brewing beers. 

Dine Out Boston

Where: Boston

When: 3/12-3/25, times vary

Cost: Varies

What: Dine Out Boston is approaching fast, and we couldn’t be more excited. For a very special two weeks, participating restaurants will be serving a prix fixe lunch and dinner menu. Devour delicious dishes from places like Alcove, Harvest, MIDA, and hundreds more. 

Build Your Own Flatbread

Where: South Boston

When: 3/13, 3-10pm

Cost: Varies

What: Food always tastes better when it’s handmade. At Telegraph Hill Kitchen & Bar, you can build the pizza of your dreams at this popular Southie hangout. 

Beer & Cheese Pairing Class: All About Stouts

Where: East Cambridge

When: 3/13, 6:30-8:30pm

Cost: $36

What: From lagers to ales to IPAs, there are so many different types of beer. Explore stouts at this beer and cheese pairing class with Lamplighter Brewing. 

Curated Cuisine

Where: North Brookline

When: 3/14, 6:30-7:30pm

Cost: $15

What: Even if you can’t recite 100 digits of pi (3.1415….) you can still celebrate the special day at this amazing workshop with author Lauren Ko, who will demonstrate her pie creations and their intricate lattices. 

Davio’s Workshop 

Where: Chestnut Hill

When: 3/16, 4-6:30pm

Cost: $75

What: Hey Picasso, it’s time to show off your skills. At this special workshop at Davio’s Steakhouse, you can join Fashion Artist Annie Narnian for a night of sketching, scrumptious appetizers, and sips of Champagne provided by Veuve Clicquot. 

Life. Love. Cheese Pop-Up at Curio Spice

Where: Davis Square

When: 3/18, 12-4pm

Cost: FREE

What: There are few things as wonderful in life as cheese, and nobody does it better than Life. Love. Cheese. The “local cheese whizz” will be offering samples all afternoon, as well as yummy blocks available for purchase. 

10th Annual Empty Bowls Project

Where: Inman Square

When: 3/25, 11am-3:30pm

Cost: $40

What: This Cambridge tradition returns this year for its 10th anniversary. The Empty Bowls Project is committed to ending homelessness through community awareness, collective action, and delicious soup. You’ll get a locally crafted bowl with your choice of soup!

Colette Wine Bistro Brunch

Where: Porter Square

When: Every Saturday & Sunday, 11am-2pm

Cost: Varies

What: After a 2-year hiatus, brunch from the famous French wine bistro, Colette, has returned with a locally sourced and sustainable menu. Find us sipping brunch drinks in Colette's spacious courtyard on sunny weekends.

15 new bars & restaurants are now open in Boston

Where: Boston

Cost: Varies

What: Some of the hottest new restaurants have opened in Boston this year. You’ve probably heard the buzz around chic spots like Shy Bird and Pescador, but now’s your chance to see the magic for yourself. You’ll be drooling when you get there, we promise. 

Comfort Kitchen

Where: Dorchester 

When: Mon, 8am-3pm; Tue-Sat, 8am-10pm

Cost: Varies

What: Cozy comfort food meets unbeatable flavors and traditional ingredients from the African diaspora. This Black-owned, immigrant-owned, and woman-owned eatery ranks among the best restaurants in all of Boston. 

Silver Dove Afternoon Tea

Where: Downtown

When: Wed-Sun, 11am-6pm

Cost: $48-56

What: Hoping to treat yourself to a fancier evening? Look no further than Silver Dove’s full-service tearoom, where you can sip a range of teas from around the world. And don’t forget to sample their small bites and craft cocktails. 

Le Chalet on the Charles

Where: Kendall Square

When: Every Sat until 3/25, 5-10pm

Cost: Pay per order

What: There’s no need to book a trip to Europe to feel like you’re at an Alpine Lodge. Before the snow melts, take advantage of cozy spots like Le Chalet on the Charles for light seasonal bites and apres-ski cocktails. 

Natural wine bars in Boston

Where: Boston

Cost: Varies

What: If you haven’t tried natural wine yet, where have you been? These wine bars are chic, trendy, and committed to serving organic biodynamic vino. 

Your mouth will be watering as you dig into Boston’s coolest food and drink experiences this March. 

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