Ivan, a new reader of this blog, commented that more readers need to share my posts so people can learn about what is happening each week. I really appreciated his comment, and I’d like to also ask if there is something happening that enriches LGBTQ life in the area, to let me know – I’ll do my best to give it a shout out, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance to anyone who shares one of my posts on your preferred social media platform. I appreciate the shout out, because the only way people find out about BosGuy.com is by word of mouth; sharing really is caring.
I never see guys like this waiting for their luggage at the airport.
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Community Servings and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS are hosting a one-night-only cabaret called WICKED AFTER DARK.
This one-night-only cabaret one woman show by WICKED cast member, Tregoney Shepherd & musical accompaniment by WICKED Musical Director/Conductor, Dan Micciche will take place in the Napoleon Room at Club Cafe on Thursday, June 29th.
There will be raffle prizes with proceeds benefiting both Community Servings and BCEFA. More details can be found on the Eventbrite page.
For everyone in the US, have a safe and fun holiday weekend. No matter what the weather forecast may be where you live, I hope you have a nice time with your friends and family.
Recently, Sergio and I ventured across the river into Cambridge and had brunch at the Russell House Tavern in the heart of Harvard Square.
Ever since the Russell House Tavern opened back in 2010 it has been a popular destination for after work drinks and dinner, but we had never tried their brunch so I was happy to have a chance to visit. The restaurant’s 80s pop music which played throughout the morning provided a nice soundtrack to our brunch. With regards to their brunch menu, even the pickiest of eaters will be able to find something they like and for those on a budget, this will not break the bank (most items range from $10-$13).
While the menu includes its share of savory selections both Sergio and I focused on the sweeter options on their menu, but rest assured the menu includes eggs benedict, omelettes and more if you prefer saltier options in the morning.
While I normally get eggs when I go out for brunch something about the “torched banana” was calling to me and I’m glad I tried it. The sizable portion of granola, strawberries and banana rested on a fair amount of Greek Yogurt. While not exactly the healthiest of meals, I enjoyed the fresh fruit, yogurt and granola.
However, my order paled in comparison to the Nutella stuffed French toast that Sergio ordered. The brioche used for the bread was cut in the middle and slathered with ample Nutella, making a decadent breakfast even more so. The combination of the bread, Nutella and banana would have been too much for me if it hadn’t been for my coffee, but the sugary overload didn’t prevent us from eating everything on the plate.
BosGuy Rating: 3 out of 5 stars, Good.
Russell House Tavern
Attention all you movie lovers – Boston’s LGBT Film Festival, a.k.a. “Wicked Queer”, starts today and runs through Sunday, April 9th. The Boston Globe recently published two articles about films you can see at this year’s festival, that you can read, Boston’s LGBT festival has moves and ‘Groves’ and, Navigating Reality at the Wicked Queer festival.
Wicked Queer will show more than 40 LGBTQ themed films over the next 10-days. Films will range from The Guys Next Door, a documentary of a real “Modern Family” and an inspiring story of family, friendship and gay rights that shows this weekend, Saturday, April 1 at 3PM at the MFA to Taekwondo the latest homoerotic slow burn from director Marco Berger, which is sure to raise the temperature in the Brattle Theatre where it will play on Friday, April 7th.
For a complete listing and to purchase tickets (which I strongly encourage you to do) visit, wickedqueer.org/events.