Spring fever hitting early? Get out and enjoy some of the wonderful events taking place in the Boston Metro during March! Here’s a sampling of the expos, food and fun happening around the area!

March 3-5: National Golf Expo, Seaport World Trade Center. The National Golf Expo features tons of fantastic golf-related exhibits, club testing and fitting, interactive features, and the Northeast’s largest driving range and demonstration stage. Everything you need to get ready for a great season of golf!

March 5 through 10 and March 12 through 17: Dine Out Boston, formerly known as “Restaurant Week” features special lunch and dinner multi-course offerings at participating restaurants. Price points are $15, $20 and $25 for lunch, and $28, $33 and $38 for dinner. Reservations recommended. View participating restaurants online for more details!

March 10 & 11: Boston Beer & Cheese Festival, at the Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts. Sample craft beers and ciders made in New England, and enjoy delicious artesian cheeses from area creameries.

March 22 through 26: Boston Garden and Flower Show, Seaport World Trade Center. Learn how to beautify your home and grow nutritious food with indoor and outdoor plants, herbs and blooms. See over 25 display gardens, plus an array of décor, garden furniture and hand-made crafts. Experts will be on hand to offer gardening tips and advice!

March 19: St. Patrick’s Day Parade, South Boston. One of the biggest and best parades in the nation! The 2017 parade route begins at the Broadway Station in South Boston. Click here for a map of the complete 2017 parade route!

March 21: Taste of the South End, at the Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts. Experience culinary excellence from some of the top chefs from across Boston’s renowned South End “foodie” neighborhood! Proceeds benefit Boston Metro charities. Limited tickets available in each price range; see website for details!

March 29 through April 9: Boston Design Week is celebrated at locations throughout the city! Explore architecture, environmental and landscape design, interior design, fashion, photography, and more through numerous exhibits and demonstrations. Some events do require tickets and sell out, so visit the website and make your plans asap!

The Boston Metro offers world-class events all year around! There’s no better place to live and work. If you are looking to begin, relocate or expand your business in the Boston Metro, team up with an experienced commercial real estate broker who understands the market. Whether you are thinking of buying or leasing Boston Metro commercial real estate, we can help you find the ideal property. Contact us today for expert guidance!

Jay Nuss
Jay Nuss Realty Group, LLC

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