What To Do In Your Hometown This Weekend

by 9 years ago

Ready for some weekend? Not going to any tournament games? We've partnered with our friends over at The Social Scholar to bring you guys a sampling of some must-attend events happening in big cities across the country. We'll post these every Friday, but you can stay up-to-date on your city's happenings by going to TheSocialScholar.com. SXSW in Austin, St. Patrick's Day Dashunt in Boston, a flip cup tournament in Washington D.C., and much more after the jump.


Austin SXSW It's the event of the year! Superstars from the worlds of music, film and technology descend on Austin for this world-famous festival. When: Friday, March19th through Sunday, March 21st Details: http://sxsw.com/

San Francisco San Francisco International Chocolate Salon 80 chocolatiers turn Fort Mason into an orgy of chocolate wine and other desserts in this decadent event. When: Saturday March 20th from 10am until 6pm Locale Fort Mason, San Francisco Details: Tickets are $30 ($25 in advance); SF Chocolate Nation

Boston St. Patricks Day Dashunt A St. Pattys-themed scavenger hunt? Sounds too good to be true. When: Saturday March 20th and Sunday March 21st at noon Locale Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston Details: Tickets are $25 per person; Cas Hunt

Washington D.C. Flip Cup Tournament Round up six of your best friends (or six people you're paying to hang around you) and enter this flip cup tournament for $400 in cash and free entry into the upcoming 5th Annual World Series of Flip Cup Tournament. When: Saturday March 20th at 1pm Locale Old Dominion Brewhouse Details: $100 per team (includes entrance fee and beer all day)

New York City Cochon 555 This one of a kind event features 5 chefs, 5 pigs and 5 winemakers in a friendly competition for a good cause. Each chef is required to prepare a 70-pound pig from head to hoof and will be judged by a panel of experts and eaten by ticketholders. When: Sunday March 21st at 4pm Locale The Hiro Ballroom at the Maritime Hotel Details: Tickets are $125

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