José Ma­teo Bal­let Theatre


Led by bal­let chore­og­ra­pher José Ma­teo, this con­tem­po­rary bal­let com­pany brings new works to au­di­ences. Spring pro­duc­tion “Hearts Dis­guised” fea­tures com­pany fa­vorites that ex­plore love and re­la­tion­ships—flirty, lusty and all that’s be­tween. April 1-17. Sanc­tu­ary The­ater, 400 Har­vard St., Cam­bridge, 617.354.7467. PHOENIX LAND­ING— This Cam­bridge wa­ter­ing hole is where ex­pa­tri­ates go to watch cham­pi­onship sports from their home coun­tries, such as Premier League football (yes, soc­cer), Tri Na­tions rugby, and more. Af­ter dark (at 10 pm), live DJs spin beats nightly, with a dif­fer­ent style of dance mu­sic of­fered on each. Geeks Who Drink pub trivia on W night. Open M-W 11-1 am, Th-Sa 11-2 am, Su 10-1 am. www.phoenix­land­ing­ 512 Mas­sachusetts Ave., Cam­bridge, 617.576.6260. SUN­SET GRILL & TAP— Ca­sual and low-key, Sun­set is fa­mous in Bos­ton for the sheer amount of beer it boasts—the suds se­lec­tion in­cludes 112 on tap, 380 mi­cro­brews, cask ale, vin­tage ale and mead, and it is all served in glass­ware specif­i­cally rec­om­mended by the brewers. With all that drink, we’re sure you’ll be hun­gry, so try out Sun­set’s sig­na­ture steam beer burgers, curly cheese fries, and beer-B-Q. Open M-Sa 11:30-1 am, Su 11-1 am. www.all­stons­ 130 Brighton Ave., 617.254.1331. WAR­REN TAV­ERN— Once a swill spot for Paul Re­vere, this his­toric wa­ter­ing hole has been serv­ing pints since 1780, and it boasts an in­te­rior rem­i­nis­cent of an old English pub and decor that is de­cid­edly 18th cen­tury. The tav­ern is still a beloved Charlestown gath­er­ing place to which spir­ited crowds gather for (free) live mu­sic W-Th. Food is pub­bish—the home­made po­tato chips are a must—and beer is the drink of choice. Open M-F 11 am-1 am, Sa-Su

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