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Ballston Quarter’s Zofia’s Kitchen (4238 Wilson Blvd) is cooking up a limited edition batch of Star Wars-themed snacks, and missing out would be a Wookie mistake.

The restaurant is operating with limited staff but said in a press release that they decided to go all in on “May the Fourth” — a sort of quasi-holiday for Star Wars fans on May 4 rooted in a “May the Force be with you” pun.

“Zofia’s has decided to embrace its inner culinary nerd by going all-out for the International Geek Holiday that is May the Fourth by offering limited edition pierogi made

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It’s finally warm enough to consider dining outside, not only to avoid microbes but to enjoy the spring sunshine and fresh air. This year, celebrate Mother’s Day in person with your mom at a restaurant with an open-air garden, porch or deck. Below are some suggestions for savoring an outdoor brunch or dinner on May 9. Be aware that some places won’t take reservations for outdoor tables specifically, because of the unpredictability of the weather. They’ll give them out on a first come first serve basis to customers who have booked an indoor table ahead of time. So keep an

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Photo courtesy of All Purpose.

Opening Day for the Washington Nationals kicks off on Thursday, April 1, with the home team facing off against the New York Mets at 7:09 PM. While entry to Nationals Park is limited to season ticket holders this year, bars and restaurants around the stadium are opening their doors and offering game day specials. Here’s where to celebrate the start of baseball season.

Atlas Brew Works
1201 Half St., SE
The Navy Yard taproom is pouring $5 pints of Bullpen Pilsner from 12 PM to 4 PM. Pair with New York-style pies from Andy’s Pizza

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While the St. Patrick’s Day Parade was canceled for a second consecutive year due to the coronavirus pandemic, bars and restaurants will remain open. Corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, and Irish stew are gracing takeout and dine-in menus across Boston, with some shamrock-decorated pubs offering Irish music and festive swag to dine-in guests.

If you’re choosing to visit a restaurant or bar for the holiday, take note: Businesses are still required to enforce city and state COVID-19 regulations, which include making sure guests are socially distanced, wearing masks except when eating and drinking, and ordering food alongside beverages.

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