One grey, snowy day you should wake up, tell your boss you have pink eye (there won’t be any follow-ups), and then spend the entire day at this brewery built into a converted garage in between Central and Inman. Grab a cappuccino and a breakfast taco from Pepita (the in-house coffee shop), switch over to the Rabbit Rabbit New England IPA when the beers start pouring at 11, order some takeout from the Dosa Factory for lunch, and then settle in on the couch in the funkier back room as the place fills up in the evening. For dinner, Lamplighter hosts a different pop-up nearly every night, which features some seriously good restaurants (like Dakzen), so try to stay sober enough to enjoy that, too.
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