Photo courtesy Steve Rhodes
Street Scenes: Barry McGee
The legendary San Francisco-based graffiti artist premieres his first-ever Boston exhibition (pictured).
On display: See two decades of McGee's work, from graffiti to a massive 3D mixed-media installation.
Opens Sat 10a. Institute of Contemporary Art, 100 Northern Ave., Seaport (617-478-3100). $15.
Nearby: The Whiskey Priest; Sam's at Louis Boston; No Name Restaurant
Now With Bigger Teeth: Jurassic Park 3D
Spielberg's classic flick is made even scarier in IMAX 3D (and by the fact that it's been around 20 years now. You're old.)
Eye popping: We're not sure which will look more impressive in 3D: the T-Rex or Wayne Knight's scummy schtick.
Opens Fri. IMAX at Jordan's Furniture, 50 Walkers Brook Drive, Reading (781-944-9090). $11.50 here.
Nearby: Oye's; Venetian Moon; Christopher's
Last Meal: Mayor's Special at Strega
The Italian restaurant honors outgoing Mayor Menino with this three-course prix fixe special.
Tom's tastes: Trio of homemade meatball, sausage, and broccoli rabe fusilli with ricotta cannoli.
Now available. Strega, 379 Hanover St., North End (617-523-8481). $20.
Nearby: Cafe Vittoria; The Sail Loft; The Waterfront
Afterwork Buzz: Honey & Honey Spirits Dinner
Where else will you find honey and lemon roasted chicken and beekeeper poetry readings?
Sticky fingers: Sip on honey-infused cocktails and a four-course menu made with, you guessed it, honey.
Tonight 6:30p. UpStairs on the Square, 91 Winthrop St., Harvard Square (617-864-1933). $48-75.
Nearby: Park; Shay's Pub & Wine Bar; Tory Row