It’s time to get excited! Emergency Consultants, Inc., presents the ACEP15 Kickoff Party on Monday, Oct. 26, from 7:30 p.m. to midnight, extending the excitement from the weekend to what will be one of the best Mondays ever. With two amazing venues located in the heart of the wonderful city of Boston, this is a party you simply can’t miss.
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ACEP15 registrants are invited to spend the night at the House of Blues and Jillian’s/Lucky Strike. Yes, that’s right—the party is at two of Boston’s best venues located right behind the famous Fenway Park. It’s free with ACEP15 registration, and shuttles will run between the locations so you can experience what both places have to offer.
A loyal Bostonian, Carlo L. Rosen, MD, FACEP, associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, said, “Boston has a lot to offer: great restaurants, great history, great culture.”
At the House of Blues, guests can experience Southern ambiance (and hospitality!) and dance the night away to live music. The venue is known for its eclectic cuisine, so you can enjoy its Southern specialties and then sweat it all off on the dance floor.
If you need a break from dancing, you can head right up the street to Jillian’s/Lucky Strike, a 70,000-square-foot entertainment complex that spans three floors. In addition to a full bar and restaurant, there are pool tables and bowling lanes for you to enjoy throughout the night.
“Jillian’s is a favorite place for playing pool, having a beer, and relaxing with friends,” Dr. Rosen said, “and Lucky Strike is a great venue for bowling and socializing.”
Another Bostonian, Mark Pearlmutter MD, FACEP, vice president and chief of emergency medicine at Steward Health Care, lists many reasons for his love of Boston. “It is home to some of best, yet not ‘overinflated,’ sports teams. A big little city with great walking tours, deep history, the feel of Europe, great ocean/harbor vistas, and amazing education, Boston is my home.”
October will also be the perfect time to visit Boston. “In October, you can see the foliage and enjoy the city before the ice and snow start,” Dr. Rosen said. “It is a great city for the Scientific Assembly because there are so many things to do, and it is easy to walk to nearby restaurants and historical locations.”