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Northshore June/July 2023

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

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June+July 2023 DINING GUIDE METZYS CANTINA | metzys.com 5 Boston way NBPT | 978.255.7347 @metzyscantina GIUSEPPE'S 257 LOW STREET, NEWBURYPORT, MA, 01950, 9784652225, GIUSEPPEFINEFOOD.COM A longtime North Shore staple, Giuiseppe's has served up homemade pastas, scratch cooking, and imported Italian goods from their 257 Low Street Newburyport location for 28 years. They combine traditional Italian-American red sauce fare with creative, more upscale dishes, too. Expect all the comfort food hits at Giuseppe's, like asiago arancini, stu‚ed pastas, chicken marsala, and shrimp scampi. The full service dining room at Giuseppe's is the perfect spot for family night or dinner with friends—it's elevated enough for date night, but casual enough to just grab a chicken parm and a glass of wine at the bar while watching the Sox game. Their grab- and-go section is stocked with imported groceries like pastas, deli meats, and sauces, so guests can prepare the perfect Italian meal at home. Guests can also purchase prepared foods to go for those busy weeknights when it's hard to get food on the table. Giuseppe's even has party trays and other catering items available for pickup, perfect for your next gathering. Next time you're hosting a special occasion, give them a call and they'll put together an order that'll keep all of your guests happy! Giuseppe Masia grew up on his family's farm in Sardegna, Italy where his mother, Maria, taught him to cook as she prepared meals for the family of seven. Today, Giuseppe's remains a small family business serving the North Shore. See their website or social media for menus and specials, and pop in soon to experience their exceptional hospitality standards. Ciao! BENT WATER BREWING COMPANY 180 COMMERCIAL ST. #18, LYNN, MA, 01905, 9784752252, BENTWATERBREWING.COM Beer pairs with food better than wine. Yeah, we said it. You may think we're biased since we make beer, but the fact is that beer has a broader variety of flavor experiences, making for more diverse food pairings. Floral, juicy, tart, toasty, herbal, bitter, roasty—you can find all these flavors and more in di‚erent beers, and that's before even touching on some of the more advanced flavors that develop from barrel-aging and adding ingredients like fruits, vegetables, flowers, and pastries. The world of beer is vast, so what better way to explore it than by pairing it alongside food? With so many exceptional restaurants throughout the North Shore, this region is the perfect place to begin your beer and food journey. To get you started, here are a few pointers using some of our beers as a guide. Look for them on restaurant menus around the Northshore.

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