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This weekend bids a variety of festivities that the entire city of Beantown is excitedly buzzing about – from the beloved Easter holiday, to city-goers all around gathering together for Marathon Monday. Two huge events, all packed into one long weekend. Get ready Bostonians, because next weekend will be awesome!
Easter Sunday Champagne Hunt Brunch
On Easter Sunday, April 20th, upscale GEM Italian Kitchen & Nightclub has a delicious surprise waiting for its guests…including Easter goodies, and champagne of course! After your family Easter egg hunt, consider something a little more untraditional – a tasty glass of bubbly to get this party started at one of the most exclusive spots in town. GEM encourages all of its guests to redeem their Easter eggs for exciting winnings. Grownups can have creative Easter egg hunts too!
The Brunch Club Champagne Hunt Brunch includes a scrumptious unlimited buffet (served until 6pm), a great deal of $3 Heineken and live beats from MALYNA. Click here to buy your tickets and spice up tradition! From Gem’s trendy exposed brick walls, funky paisley chairs, vintage lamps and chic bar, this trendy hot spot in town will certainly delight. Join the fun on Sunday when the festivities begin at 2pm for this 21+ event, at “Boston’s #1 brunch destination.” GEM is located at 42 Province Street, Boston, MA 02108.
Boston Marathon & Patriots’ Day
Following Easter Sunday this year, the third Monday of April is a date that everyone holds close to their hearts, a deeply cherished annual event: Patriots’ Day and the Boston Marathon. Spectators and runners from all over will flock to Beantown for the 118th Marathon Monday on April 21st. This American staple event is managed by The Boston Athletic Association and has the proud sponsor of John Hancock Financial Services. Runners will engage in a 26 mile, 385 yard (42.195 Kilometer) race to the finish line.
All participants are extended the awesome invitation to honor their achievements with friends and family at Boston Marathon Mile 27 – an ‘Official Post-Race Party’ that is bestowed by Samuel Adams. Fenway Park will host an open house so all runners can get a true taste of Beantown’s pride, joy, heart and soul. Guests are invited to relax and have a good time before the official festivities begin next door at the House of Blues. For the official schedule and more information about Monday’s events, click here.
So gear up for this coming Monday, because we run with passion and pride…we run Boston.