Northshore Magazine

Northshore November 2019

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 35 of 123

NORTHSHOREMAG.COM 34 NOVEMBER 2019 E AT + D R I N K Ristorante Molise Authentic, homemade Italian cuisine, including freshly made pasta, from two sisters who'll welcome you like family. 1 Market Square, 978-388-4844, Crave Scratch food, live music, tapas, and a friendly, neighborhood atmosphere. 32 Elm St., 978-834-6075, The Coop Rotisserie A "hidden-in-plain- sight" gem for Caribbean and other cuisine (try the yucca fries!) 36 Main St., 978-834-6432, Flatbread Company The Amesbury location is the OG of this beloved pizza franchise, which now has locations as far away as Hawaii and British Columbia. 5 Market Square, 978-834- 9800, flatbreadcompany. com/amesbury/ Phat Cats Bistro Everything at this cozy, consistently excellent bistro is homemade, including the incredible desserts. 65A Market St., 978-388-2777, The Ale House Grab a pint and a bite here or itinerary at its sister location, The Barking Dog Bar & Grill, on Friend Street. 33 Main St., 978-388-1950, Market Square Bakehouse Perfect for your fix of caffeine, light bites, and people watching on the brick sidewalk. 5 Market Square, 978-792-5237, marketsquarebakehouse. com BareWolf Brewing Quench your thirst for always-changing brews, plus trivia, art, and live music in a gorgeous old mill building. 12 Oakland St., 617-435-7950, Brewery Silvaticus Immerse yourself in both European–style beers and atmosphere (including an outdoor beer garden) at this stylish, community- minded spot. 9 Water St., 978-504-BEER, SKY HI Find a revamped menu (build-your-own nachos for the win!) and cutting-edge cocktails in the former Starlite location. 37 Main St., skyhiamesbury. com, 978-792-5746 Wild Garlic Vegetarian cuisine with a devoted following of locals and visitors alike. 13 Friend St., 978-388-0072 L I V E + P L AY Cider Hill Farm With its food truck, hard cider operation, farm store, and incredible programs like outdoor yoga, Cider Hill Farm is so much more than fruits and veggies. 45 Fern Ave., 978-388-5525, Powow Conservation Area Explore around Lake Gardner and hike to the top of Po Hill to see into Maine and the New Hampshire seacoast. amesburyma. AMESBURY'S MUST-DO LIST Clockwise from top, Powow Conservation Area, owner Tanya Tzitzo of Market Square Bakehouse, and Cider Hill Farm PHOTOGRAPHS BY JARED CHARNEY FAC E S + P L AC E S gov/home/pages/ powow-conservation-area Lowell's Boat Shop & Museum Discover Amesbury's boat building past and present at this landmark on the Merrimack. 459 Main St., 978-834-0050, Woodsom Farm Hike, bike, snowshoe, and more on these pretty 365 acres. Lion's Mouth Rd., woodsom-farm Whittier Home and Museum Visit the National Historic Landmark where the famous Quaker poet lived and wrote. Open May-Oct. 86 Friend St., 978-388-1337, 14 Cedar Street Studios Find dozens of fine artists, jewelry makers, food business and much more in this restored mill building. 14 Cedar St., 978-265-6526, S H O P + R E N E W Ov dia This chocolat- erie and espresso bar is a coffee and chocolate lover's paradise. 36 Main St., 978-388-7700, Board & Brush Visit this DIY wooden sign workshop to get your creative juices flowing and go home with a personalized, handmade piece of art. 25 Main St., 978-971-8150, amesbury Eighteen Friend Street This shop is filled with handmade art, gift items, jewelry, and more, much of it from local makers. 18 Friend St., 978-767- 1643, EighteenFriendStreet Willie Jo & Woodie's Do your vintage shopping at Amesbury Chamber of Com- merce's 2019 new business of the year. 104 Main St., 978-852-2457, The Wild Dove There are reiki, meditation jewelry making classes; readings and healing services; and thought- fully made products at this beautiful boutique. 57 Main St., 978-834-2197, imacake Vegan Bakery Cookies, cupcakes, whoopie pies, and more vegan goodies fill the bakery cases daily. 105 Main St., 978-834-6921, Hedgehog General Store Shop local for a huge array of goodies before grabbing a treat at its new old-fashioned soda fountain. 10 Market Square, 978-834-5802, countrystore

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Northshore Magazine - Northshore November 2019