Neighborhood Watch

Lowell Folk Fest Happens This Weekend; Capital Grille Changes Venues

Lowell: The Lowell Folk Festival, known for its stunning ethnic cuisine, happens this weekend in downtown Lowell. There’s music, too, naturally. [Grub Street]

Back Bay: Reps for The Capital Grille announce that it will move from Newbury to Boylston Street, adjacent to the Hynes Convention Center. They’ll also serve lunch for the first time. [Grub Street]

Brookline: A deli, coming to Brookline? Shocking but true: Putterham Grille and Deli has plans to move in. [BRT]

Financial District: El Triunfo has opened its third location, on Broad Street. [BRT]

Copley: 5 Napkin hosts a sushi-n-slider happy hour nightly from 4 until 7 p.m. [Feast]

Southie: American Provisions hosts a tasting series beginning next weekend; on Saturday, sample grass-fed sliders from Kinnealey Meats from 11:30 a.m. ‘til 1:30 p.m. [Grub Street]

Harvard Square: Tamarind Bay kicks off a Punjabi Food Festival to celebrate the end of monsoon season. Starting August 1, a special menu incorporates green gram, a sprout grown in northern India that flourishes post-monsoon. [Grub Street]

Seaport: There’s a hair in your martini! Oh, just kidding. Next Thursday, Salon Mario Russo hosts a cocktail event at Morton’s. Sample low-cal Spa-Tinis and get mane-styling tips from the MR staff. Cost is $35; it starts at 6 p.m. [Grub Street]

Symphony Hall: Pour out a decaf latte for APB; it’s now closed. [Adam’s Hospitality via UH]

Lowell Folk Fest Happens This Weekend; Capital Grille Changes Venues