In The Know: Surf & Turf on High

After months of grey skies and non-stop rain, the time has come to finally break out those sundresses and boat shoes ladies and gentlemen. With Spring finally in full bloom, and Summer just around the corner, what better way to kick off patio season than with the exclusive ‘Surf & Turf’ on High at Boston’s own Society on High...


 

Society on High, featuring a beautiful outdoor patio, will host a Surf & Turf themed brunch party once a month starting with May 14th’s Bostoncentric ‘One if by Lamb, Two if by Sea.’ So, whether you’re studying or working, or something in between, make your way down to Boston’s bustling financial district to kickoff the season in style and experience all that #SoHiSaturdays have to offer.

 

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The renowned American-French Bistro will be transformed into a festive summer party vista featuring popular DJ’s, complimentary food, and first class entertainment. Industry veteran, and co-founder of 6one7 productions, Frankie Stavrianopolous and Society on High chef-owner, Ian Just, have teamed up to ensure this event sets the bar for all summer parties that follow, stating, “Don’t be surprised if this turns into a fun and festive Miami style lounge party, because former locals Asho & Nico will be making the pilgrimage from NYC once a month to provide a cool background as they will be curating the vibes.”

 

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While the sunny patio and fresh music is guaranteed to have you on your feet, don’t forget to bring your appetite for SoHi’s thoughtfully crafted cocktails and some free (while supplies last) surf & turf inspired cuisine. The party will feature a lamb roast, oyster bar, and other fun surprises you won’t want to miss.

 

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And if you’re a vegetarian, they’ve got you covered; There will be vegetarian options available for those who aren’t fans of meat or seafood. So, if you like brunch and you like parties- book your tickets now while supplies last! 

 

 

 


Want to know more about the venue itself? Click here to learn all about Society on High.


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