Expanded Menu at the Brahmin
- The menu has expanded at the Brahmin American Cuisine & Cocktails to feature comfort food with tastes of the fall season, offering more small and big plates, sandwiches, and flatbreads than before. Warm away the chill in the air with items like homemade meatloaf with Boursin whipped potatoes ($15), arancini with truffle-infused honey ($10), and a roasted portabella mushroom flatbread ($10). We feel cozier already.
Bar Bites at Noche
- When the after-work snack attack strikes, head away from the vending machine and straight for Noche, where you can snag dishes from their brand new Bar Bites menu for half-price from 5-7p. That means that Latin-inspired nibbles like house smoked pork belly chicharones ($4.50), lobster quesadilla ($7), and rock shrimp and chorizo fritters ($6) can be had on the cheap. Doesn’t that sound better than Pop-Tarts?
Beat the Rush Menu at Union Bar and Grille
- Alternatively, if the stomach grumbles are too much to bear and you’re ready for a full-on meal once the work day ends, Union Bar and Grill makes it easy to have a great meal at a great price with their Beat the Rush menu. Every evening from 5:30-6:30p, you can enjoy a three-course dinner with a glass of sauvignon blanc or cabernet for just $29.95. Menu options include duck leg confit, a maple brined and grilled pork chop, and chocolate cherry bread pudding.
Formaggio Kitchen Beer & Cheese 101 class
- While wine & cheese seems like the perfect fit, more and more people are getting on the beer & cheese wagon. If you’re one of those people (or you want to be), sign up for Formaggio Kitchen’s Beer & Cheese 101 class, where you’ll learn to pair your ales and lagers perfectly with your Goudas and Gruyeres. The class is $45 a person and held at their Annex in Cambridge on December 1 at 6:30p.
Irish Music Mondays at the Beehive
- If you want to kick up your shillelagh every time you hear an Irish fiddle, then The Beehive has good news for you – Irish Music Mondays are here! Every Monday from 8p-12a, you can come and enjoy some traditional Irish and Celtic music, food, and drinks to make you feel like you’re on the rolling green hills of County Donegal. Scottish native Maeve Gilchrist provides the tunes while you make your choices from special dishes like grilled Scottish with bubble and squeak, fish and chips, and lamb stew. Sláinte!