With the arrival of fall comes the return of seasonal beers, cozy flannels, and of course – Sunday football. While your home team’s victory is most important on game days, enjoying the day and all of fall’s glory at the perfect tailgate is a close second. That’s why every Sunday through the NFL season, Victory Point in Marina Bay invites you to throw on your flannels or jerseys and head to the dockside establishment for Victory Sundays, an all-American football party complete with all the game watching necessities of a tailgate paradise.Get a close-up view of every Sunday matchup aired on a 10-foot projection screen, or grab a seat in front of one of the many TVs in the indoor bar. Like every successful tailgate party, games are a must and Victory Point will have cornhole sets on the deck to add to the action. Every Sunday, guests will also have the chance to win exciting raffle items from participating beer sponsors.Menu highlights off Victory Point’s new tailgate menu will include the G.O.A.T. Burger made with a 12 oz. angus beef burger, 12-month aged cheddar, LTO topped with Guerrero’s special sauce in a sesame bun ($12); a platter of fall-off-the-bone Chicken Wings tossed in better-than buffalo sauce and served with blue cheese ($12); and a Spiked Platter - paying homage to New England’s favorite tight-end and includes two buckets of beer and three appetizers of your choice ($69).
When: Dec 16, 2018 1pm to Dec 16, 2018 6pm in Quincy, MA
We're gettin' in the holiday spirit one Christmas craft at a time, and we we sure as hell ain't sleepin' on the GINGERBREAD HOUSES! Gingerbread House Makin' Party • Monday, December 17th • 6:30pm$15 ticket includes:• Gingerbread House Building Kit • 1 Seasonal Beer • Holiday treats• Live music 21+
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About Quincy, MA
Welcome to the City of Quincy also known as the City of Presidents was first settled in 1625 by traders and founded as a town in 1792 then was later incorporated as a city in 1888.
Some of the famous residents include John Hancock one of the most famous signatures in American history and John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams who both became president of the United States. The Adams family home still to this day stands in its orchard garden in Quincy and attracts visitors from all over.
Some of the many tourist attractions include the Ship Building Museum, the Quincy Symphony Orchestra as well as the Boston Harbor tours and the John Quincy Adams House - a National Historic Landmark to name just a few.