Corned beef, cool art and pi day pies in this week’s Scout Picks.
St. Patty’s at Olde Magoun’s
11:30 a.m.-1 a.m., No Cover
Olde Magoun’s Saloon
518 Medford St.
Okay, yes, we did include Olde Magoun’s special menu in our roundup of Somerville’s best Saint Patrick’s day events. Still, it bears repeating: Olde Magoun’s will be dishing out Irish fare including Irish Boiled Bacon Dinner, Corned Beef Sandwiches and Irish Guinness Stew starting this Friday. Because who can wait until Tuesday to get their green on?
Party like it’s 3.14.15 9:26:53
5 p.m., No Cover
Cuisine en Locale
156 Highland Ave.
On Pi Day, Cuisine en Locale is celebrating local farmers with tons of pies (and also a full bar). Meet and greet area farmers while chowing down on some scrumptious locally sourced food.
1-7 p.m., No Cover
40 Merriam St.
Every Friday and Saturday from 1 to 7, you can stop by Bantam Cider’s Union Square taproom and taste their latest and greatest. A flight of five ciders runs you just 10 bucks, making this a steal for cider lovers and cheapskates alike.
Motion, Memory Opening Reception
3-5 p.m., Free
1 Fitchburg St.
Stop by Brickbottom this Sunday for the opening reception of their current exhibit, which features three artists who combine photography with painting and printmaking. According to the Brickbottom site, while “photography’s origin is that of freezing motion (and time) as a way of preserving memory, each of these artists explores how photography, when altered or extended, can allow motion to partially wipe away the memory of a place or event.”