Northshore Magazine

May / June 2015

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

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music from 9 p.m. until midnight—free of charge. There's a bit of everything at Palmers, which is why locals return time and time again. 18 Elm Street, Andover, 01810, 978- 470-1606, palmers-restaurant.com. $$ SEAGLASS OCEANSIDE RESTAURANT "Beach chic" is the theme and classic American is the cuisine. A pleasant blend of the elegant and the causal makes this Atlantic-side spot a real gem. Enjoy panoramic ocean views over a glass of wine and make se- lections from a sea-fresh menu. There's AMERICAN PALMERS RESTAURANT & TAVERN Quiet sophistication describes Palmers's formal dining room ambience, while a tavern gives way to more relaxed seating. Regulars enjoy a friendly rapport with waitstaff and bartenders alike, while newcomers are welcomed into the fold. Tasteful décor and upscale New England charm grace every room; a salon, wine lounge, and outdoor deck are available for all mealtime moods. Chef Ingalls prepares daily specials and house staples to satiate every palate, and on Friday and Saturday nights, the place hums with Sunday Brunch by the Sea, Wednesday $1 Raw Bar, and Thursday Night: Music, Martinis & More! during which diners enjoy chef Harley's weekly bar bites accompanied by jazz classics and cool lounge sounds. 4 Oceanfront North, Salisbury, 01952, 978-462-5800, seaglassoceanside.com. $$$ ECLECTIC G BAR AND KITCHEN Owner and Chef Gregg Brackman takes a minimalistic approach to his cuisine, offering simple, elegant dishes made with only the freshest ingredients. The result of his passion is a menu of mouth-watering plates with perfect flavor balance. Foodies will love the day boat and the homemade ravioli, each with a different preparation by Brackman depending on what day you stop in. The intimate dining room is the perfect backdrop for a romantic dinner DININGGUIDE There's a bevy of great North Shore haunts to try out—some of which have been around for generations, others are new kids on the block. That's what makes dining out such a pleasure—you just never know what you might find in the way of hidden gems. 256 Humphrey Street, Swampscott | 781.596.2228 | grestaurant.com G BAR & KITCHEN Photo by ZBphotography Celebrating Our 7th Year!

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