Even though this is a short holiday week, there is still plenty to do in the city. Whether you are looking to participate in a dining experience to benefit a food bank or a shopping excursion, we have got you covered. Here are some of the hautest things to do this week in Boston.
Photo Credit: Davio’s
Tonight, head over to Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse in Boston (or any of their four Massachusetts locations for that matter) and participate in the Taste of the NFL. The nationwide event raises money to support food banks throughout the country. Here in Massachusetts, Davio’s and E&J Gallo Winery have paired up to support hunger relief by offering select wines (by the glass or bottle) like Davinci, Chianti Riserva from Italy and Ghost Pines Red Blend from Napa/Sonoma to benefit the cause.
Photo Credit: The Wilbur Theatre
On Wednesday night, head over to The Wilbur Theatre to check out The Spinners, who will be in town for just one night. The R&B band known for their hit singles like “I’ll Be Around” and “Working My Way Back To You” has sold more than 60 million records, performed for Presidents and have received six Grammy nominations.
Photo Credit: Greater Boston Food Bank
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Roberta and Stephen R. Weiner Department of Surgery are hosting the third annual Food is Medicine Fundraiser to benefit the Greater Boston Food Bank. The cocktail reception, which begins at 6 p.m. is being co-chaired by Dr. Kevin Tabb, Dr. Elliot Chaikof and Dr. Allen Hamdan. The event offers attendees the opportunity to bid on a variety of silent auction items, tour the Greater Boston Food Bank’s facility and hear speakers share insights on how we can all work to end hunger in our community.
On Thursday, Saks Fifth Avenue is partnering up with the Friends of Dana-Farber to host its “Key to the Cure” event. From 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., they are hosting a cocktail reception and catwalk fashion show. In addition, from Thursday to Sunday, Saks will also donate two percent of all clothing sales to Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers.