Cocktails & Spirits

Boston's on the Beach Celebrating 35 Years in Delray Beach With Birthday Blowout Party

This month, Boston's on the Beach will be ringing in its 35th anniversary in Delray Beach. To celebrate, the longtime oceanside sports bar and restaurant will be offering a mega-lineup of specials from now until the grand-finale birthday blowout party on October 25.

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Boston's on the Beach, which opened in 1979, will mark its 35th birthday with a monthlong celebration featuring contestants, food and drink specials, giveaways, live entertainment, and more.

Until the party on October 25, patrons can stop in during the entire month to take advantage of a number of specials, including a social media promotion, Red Sox-inspired giveaways, and a limited-edition cocktail.

For a free gift card to the restaurant, simply visit the Boston's on the Beach's Facebook page; the restaurant will give away $35 gift cards for 35 days; to get one, all you need to do is click "like," make a comment, or share a post. A new winner will be selected every day from now until October 25.

Baseball fan? Wear your Red Sox gear and get a Narragansett tall boy beer with a hot dog for $3.50. Also, patrons who wear Red Sox gear receive a free Fireball shot if they're at the bar when the Red Sox score a home run.

Last, order the specialty cocktail dubbed "The Patriot," created by bartender Millie Wilkerson as the official 35th anniversary drink. It combines muddled strawberry purée, raspberry vodka, and blue curaçao liqueur. The drink sells for $8 and includes the limited-edition logo glass.

Boston's on the Beach will host its 35th birthday blowout party on October 25 from 4 p.m. to midnight. To learn more about the contests, giveaways, live entertainment, and monthlong specials, visit the website and Facebook page.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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