Monday, January 31, 2011

MON 1/31: Taco, Americana, Punk

People want to have fun after the weekend, right?


MON 1/31

5:30pm to 8pm
Free Ensenda-style Fish Taco Day
at Dorado Tacos & Cemitas, 401 Harvard Street, Brookline (near Coolidge Corner)
FREE w/ Signpost printout

It's so very simple to get a free fish taco.

I can't say I completely understand what Signpost's model may be, but they do provide tips for various savings on (and free) food items. They don't ask for much info to sign up, and there's a "no email" option.

Sign up, print out your profile page, and show it to the Signpost person for the free taco coupon.

Then your on your way to a Baja Mexico snack/dinner. I really liked the food at Dorado. The elote (grilled corn on cob with creamy, cheesy goodness) would be a good choice. They also sell beer & sangria.

As I said before, a good fish taco can be a mini-fiesta in your mouth.

MON 1/31

The Moondoggies (11pm), Quiet Life (10pm), Mikey Holland (9:10pm)
at TT the Bear's Place, 10 Brookline St, Cambridge (Central Sq)

The Moondoggies and Quiet Life have been touring across the country and must surely be making new fans for the rockin' Americana/alt-country from Seattle and Portland, respectively. Mikey Holland is joining the party with some heavy-duty support from current/former bandmates from kickass bands Mean Creek and Tulsa -- Mikey stepping to the front with Marc Pinansky on drums.

MON 1/31

Yesterday's Heroes, Midnight Saints, Red Line Rebels, The Jesse Minute
at Charlie's Kitchen, 10 Eliot St, Cambridge (Harvard Sq)
$5 / 21+

Yeah, I frequently list the (usually punk) Monday gig at Charlie's. That's because it's a cool spot to hang out any night of the week, and there's going to be some loud, fast rock to kick up everything up a notch.

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