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While the Sox light up Fenway Park, here’s my foodie ode to the Citgo sign: #cit­gosignin­sa­lumi #eataly­boston #seizethes­tay #bostonred­sox #savethe­sign #where­trav­eler where­trav­eler.com/ seizethes­tay

Wel­come to April, whether you’re a Bos­ton new­comer, a sea­soned lo­cal or some­one who has just de­cided, “Bos­ton’s my oys­ter and I’m go­ing to crack it wide open.” Spring has totally sprung—yippee!— which means once again it’s Red Sox time. Be­fore you head to Fenway Park, here are a few left­field sug­ges­tions for cel­e­brat­ing that time-hon­ored rite and instant win­ter deto base­ball s sea­sonal re­newal.

First, make your own ver­sion of Fenway Park icon—the Citgo sign—out of moz­zarella and sa­lumi (& feel free to share your cre­ations with us on nsta­gram where bos­ton . We made one at "ataly s $a Piazza in the Pru­den­tial )en­ter*veg­e­tar­i­ans can sub­si­tute roasted red pep­per slices or per­haps sun-dried toma­toes for the meat. mpress us with your cre­ativ­ity.

We also rec­om­mend that you visit the tamarin mon­keys at the Mu­seum of Sci­ence s Hall of Hu­man $ife*there s no cuter way to toast the hero­ics of 2004, when the So lifted The )urse of the Bam­bino and got fi­nally that World Se­ries mon­key o9 their back. Be­sides, the Mu­seum of Sci­ence is a must-visit dur­ing April, when )am­bridge Sci­ence ;es­ti­val takes place.

$astly, seek out a glass of the 34 Porter =made lo­cally by dle Hands )raft Ales in honor of re­tired So leg­end, >avid ?Big Papi@ Dr­tiz =and check out more in­cred­i­ble craft beers in this is­sue . t s fruity with a strong hint of choco­late and, like our hero and city, has lots of char­ac­ter. It might be harder to get hold of Sa­muel Adams Big Hapi dou­ble PA*the limited edi­tion 2016 brew goes for a small for­tune on­line. Cheers, good luck and happy April!

Mike Hodgkin­son Ed­i­tor, Where Bos­ton @where_­boston

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