Boston Weekend Roundup: January 31-February 2 2014

Friday, January 31

Loosen up for the weekend with funny lady Amy Schumer's stand up show. This Comedy Central star created her own show Inside Amy Schumer, starred in the Mostly Sex Stuff special, and has appeared as a guest on several celebrity roasts (the Roast of Roseanne and the Roast of Charlie Sheen, most notably). Schumer's routine at The Wilbur Theater is part of her Back Door Tour. Unfortunately, the show at 11PM is sold out, but there are still tickets available for 7:30PM.

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Hit up Rumor nightclub after the comedy show for Resident DJ Hectik and Special Guest DJ Solarz for the weekly TOUCH Friday. The night features Top 40 mashups and dance music. Ladies get in FREE before 11:30PM, and guys get a $5 discount before 12AM (must RSVP on the EventBrite website to get your name on the list), Standard cover is $25, and the night begins at 10PM. 21+

Superbowl Smackdown

The only thing better than football season is Super Bowl night. Friends, food, and brews. That's really all you need for a good time. Oh, and a prime spot to view it all. We've got the best spots to watch the Ravens and 49ers duke it out and with plenty of special deals, everyone will go home a winner.

The Windsor & The Windsor Gansevoort Park: Recently opened, Windsor Gansevoort Park will be throwing an off-the-hook superbowl party starting at 4pm. There will be a live DJ accompanying the four large flat screens that line the walls. Each banquet also has its own personal flat screen TV. The Windsor's original location will also be throwing a viewing party along with fresh, seasonal cocktails and gourmet comfort food.

Superbowl Extravaganza at The Spotted Pig

Apparently, the perks of working at a renowned New York eating establishment go beyond the free gourmet food you manage to pilfer while on the job. For employees of The Spotted Pig, Meatpacking’s premier gastropub, the gig includes an invitation to owner Ken Friedman’s annual Superbowl sleepover party at the Soho House.

Luckily, the rooftop pool was heated for the few brave epicures who choose to take a dip before kick-off. After washing up in their respective rooms, staffers made their way to the private hotel/club’s library to watch the game and stuff their faces. The food served-up from celebrity-chef Neil Ferguson’s kitchen was a combination of unpretentious, traditional Superbowl fare: mac&cheese, chicken fingers, brownies etc. and less typical items like scallops, steak, pork belly with apple puree and parmesan pumpkin puree.

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