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Three things to do Thursday: Eat Bon Me, join Chefs for the Cure, dance to DJ Clinton Sparks

Posted by Swati Gauri Sharma  April 10, 2013 06:03 PM

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Rice noodles are topped with roasted soy and paprika tofu at Bon Me in Kendall Square.

This post is part of a daily series giving you tips and recommendations on what to do in the Boston area.

It may rain, so don't take the risk of lining up for this food truck. Instead, head to Bon Me's brick and mortar. If you're in the mood for something spicy, flavorful, and not a turkey sandwich, give this recently opened shop a shot. 1 Kendall Square, Cambridge,

If you feel like splurging on a gourmet meal, skip the restaurant (and attempt to get a reservation). Take that money and grab a ticket to this event: Susan G. Komen for the Cure has put together a fundraiser that will feature a slew of some of Boston's best local chefs to serve up tasty dishes. Chefs include Joanne Chang of Flour and Justin Winters of Cinquecento. Ticket prices include a tasting, an auction, and a raffle. Ticket prices are $125. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Residences at W Boston, 100 Stuart St., Boston. Visit the website for ticket availability and a full list of chefs.

Anxious for the weekend to start? Start the party early at Storyville with DJ Clinton Sparks, who will be making his Boston debut. The artist has worked with musicians such as Lady Gaga, Pitbull, and Akon. Grab your dancing shoes and your party outfits and dance Thursday night away at this Back Bay club. Tickets are $10. 90 Exeter St., Boston,

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