The grass is always greener.
Grass Fed Opens
What: Ten Tables genius Krista Kranyak expands her sustainable empire with a twee burger bar delivering classic (bacon, double stacked) and contemporary (chickpea, chicken) patties, plus craft beers and spiked milk shakes.
Why: Panini, po’boys, and far-from-routine mushroom poutine for the hamburger indifferent.
When: Daily, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Where: 605 Centre St., Jamaica Plain (617-553-2278).
What: Redo the do for half the regular price as more than twenty local hair institutions (Marc Harris, Enzo & Co., Studio 9) offer discounts on cuts, color, blowouts, keratin treatments, and more.
Why: Highlight with impunity.
When: Sun.-Apr. 7.
Where: For a list of participating salons, go to salonweek.com.
Kosher with a Kick
What: Upgrade your Seder sauce during a family-style tasting of five kosher wines selected by in-house sommelier TJ Douglas.
Why: Russell Tavern’s Michael Scelfo repurposes traditional Passover dishes with sustainable, seasonal ingredients.
When: Sun., 7-9 p.m.
Where: The Urban Grape, 7 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill (617-232-4831). Tickets ($15) online at kosherwithakick.eventbrite.com.
To the Nines
What: An exhibition of trendy woman-on-the-street photographs from Martini Severin of Beyond Boston Chic.
Why: Proof of our city’s burgeoning style.
When: Thru Apr. 20. Reception, Fri., 6-8 p.m.
Where: Boston Center for Adult Education, 122 Arlington St., Back Bay (617-267-4430).
Chef’s Counter at UpStairs on the Square
What: Chef Susan Regis comes out of the kitchen to prep small bites (lobster pizzetta, lamb focaccia panini, salt and pepper baby shrimp).
Why: Unusual bubblies by the glass; freshly shucked Island Creeks served with clementine mimosa mignonette.
When: Daily, 3-11 p.m.
Where: 91 Winthrop St., Harvard Square. Reservations to 617-864-1933.
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