There is a lot to do in Boston this week. From a fall fete to a wine dinner, here’s a sneak peek at some of the city’s hautest happenings.
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If you are looking to escape the city for a weekend, Tradewind Aviation has got you covered. e private charter begins service today from Boston to Westchester County Airport in New York. The eight-seat aircraft started its inaugural flight at 6 a.m. today from Westchester arriving in Boston at 6:55 a.m. The year-round service continues with eight flights daily weekdays. Instead of driving or taking the Acela to your New York destination, Tradewind offers the ease of a private charter with no TSA security checkpoints at the airport, private gate entrance, exclusive FBO lounges, complimentary on-board snacks, drinks and checked baggage rolled into the cost of a single seat.
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Tomorrow night, Legal Sea Foods is teaming up with Joseph Phelps Vineyards for a wine seminar paired with a four-course dinner at the Park Square location. The dinner, which will be held inside the 10,000-bottle wine cellar at 6:30 p.m., will feature passed jalapeno polenta and seared scallop tartlet hors d’oeuvres and dishes like grilled Cajun yellowfin tuna, pan seared diver scallops and herb crusted rack of lamb.
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Boston Medical Center’s second annual Fall Fête is being held Wednesday night at The Beehive in the South End. The fundraiser, which benefits The Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights at BMC, is designed to bring awareness to the struggles of refugees and torture survivors living in our communities. The proceeds will offer financial assistance for the Center to continue their work with torture survivors.
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One of the hautest, most anticipated restaurants is now open. Introducing Outlook Kitchen + Bar located at the new Envoy Hotel The Seaport District restaurant features a variety of shared plates created by Executive Chef David Verdo (formerly of CHOPPS American Bar and Grill fame). The waterfront restaurant has been designed with teak wood recycled from shipping vessels and features a floor-to-ceiling rope wall. If you get there early, be sure to request the two-seat chef’s table for a front row view of all the action. Signature dishes include Thai spiced lamb belly, Moulard duck breast and shrimp tempura.
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When it comes to luxury cars, Prime Motor Group does it best. They recently announced plans to expand with a $40 million Acura, Audi and Porsche dealership to be built adjacent to their Mercedes-Benz dealership. Prime Motor Group represents 20 auto brands in 25 locations through New England. Head out to the Westwood location to see where they have broken ground on 12 acres of land along Route 1. When the dealerships open in July, they will feature a full service café, high end finishes and indoor service drives.
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If you are in the mood to shop this week, head over to Nic+Zoe’s recently opened first flagship store at the Mall at Chestnut Hill. The women’s line of apparel, which is available for retail in high end stores like Bloomingdale’s and Neiman Marcus, is now formally available in a permanent retail shop. “We had previously done two pop ups at the Shops at Prudential Center and Copley Plaza, which allowed us to test the concept for the flagship,” said Susie Mulder, the company’s CEO. “Nic+Zoe caters to the woman who likes to make busy look good whether she’s a stay-at-home mom or a career woman. Our clothing is made to fit from coffee to cocktails so that she feels the outfit is appropriate throughout the day.”