Northshore Magazine

November 2014

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PALMERS RESTAURANT & TAVERN Quiet sophistication describes Palm- ers's formal dining room ambience, while a tavern gives way to more relaxed seating. Tasteful décor and upscale New England charm grace every room; a salon, wine lounge, and outdoor deck are available to appease all mealtime moods. Chef Ingalls prepares regular specials and house staples to satiate every palate, and Thursday through Saturday the place serves as a nighttime music venue. There's a bit of everything at Palmers, which is why locals return time and again. • 18 Elm Street, Andover, 01810, (978) 470-1606, $$$ PEARL STREET CAFÉ For something excitingly different, head to Pearl Street Café. Following the success of their Malden restaurant, proprietors Alan AMERICAN NINE ELM AMERICAN BISTRO "Intimate chic" is one expression that has been used to describe Nine Elm. Yes, sometimes, less is more. With only nine (coincidental?) tables and six bar seats, the place is personal. With so few people being served at one time, the preparation of each dish receives the attention it deserves, and the results of such deliberation are palatable. At the helm of Nine Elm are chef Matt Sanidas and his wife, Jean. They've assembled an eclectic menu catering to meat lovers, lean protein seekers, and oft-forgotten vegetarians alike with plates like grilled filet mignon, artichoke crusted salmon, and butternut squash ravioli. • 9 Elm Street, Danvers, 01923, (978) 774-9436, $$$ Robbat and Ben Maganzinni have added a new venue to their credit. Patrons enjoy fantasy football games, "Buzz Time" trivia, Karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights, an outdoor patio, and the option to host private parties— not to mention a great interior space and fun food. • 114 Broadway, Saugus, 01906, (781) 233-7400, $$ REGATTA PUB RESTAURANT Salem Waterfront Hotel and Suites presents Chef James Ott, whose specialty is classic and American fusion cuisine. At the Regatta Pub Restaurant guests enjoy surf-and-turf entrées, a global wine list, and novel signature cock- tails in a relaxed atmosphere on the harbor. • 225 Derby Street, Salem, 01970, (978) 740- 8788. $$ SCOREBOARD SPORTS BAR & GRILL For enthusiastic sports fans looking for a new hub to share the camaraderie of beer with the boys, Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill is where it's at. Satellite TVs, 85-inch plasma TVs, 3D plasma TVs, over 30 HD TVs, and surround sound make it is a virtual palace for game watching. Add to ample viewing options There's something about the chill that accompanies autumn that just makes us want to eat! Perhaps it's knowing the hibernation season is fast approaching, perhaps it's the beautiful root crops that now appear in so many dishes. Whatever the case, hearty meals are in order. There's no better time for creating a foodie-inspired wish list of new places to try and setting out to taste all of fall's flavors. SALEM WATERFRONT HOTEL & SUITES DINING & CATERING AT REGATTA PUB A T P I C K E R I N G W H A R F ' S S A L E M W A T E R F R O N T 5 H O T E L & S U I T E S 4 | 225 derby street | salem, ma | 978.740.8788 regatta pub - breakfast, lunch, dinner daily signature daily specials seasonal colorful patio dining spacious bar - with 50 wine/cocktail options social catering cool & casual fare with flair BEST OF WEDDING WINNER THE KNOT 2013 TripAdvisor CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE ('11, '12, '13) BONS RECIPIENT ('07, '08, '10, '11, '12, '13) | 225 derby street | salem, ma | 978.740.8788 from an intimate, romantic dinner for two – to a smashing, social catering event for 200 – our celebrated chef, who specializes in american fusion cuisine and traditional comfort foods, is prepared to meet your needs and exceed expectations!

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