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Northshore September 2015

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

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place hums with 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. $$ SEAGLASS OCEANSIDE RESTAURANT "Beach chic" is the theme and clas- sic American is the cuisine. A pleasant blend of the elegant and the causal makes this Atlantic-side spot a real gem. Enjoy panoramic ocean views over a glass of wine and make selections from AMERICAN PALMERS RESTAURANT & TAVERN Quiet sophistication describes Palmers's formal dining room ambience, while a tavern gives way to more relaxed seat- ing. Regulars enjoy a friendly rapport with waitstaff and bartenders alike, while newcomers are welcomed into the fold. Tasteful décor and upscale New England charm grace every room; a salon, wine lounge, and outdoor deck are available for all mealtime moods. Chef Ingalls prepares daily specials and house staples to satiate every palate, and on Friday and Saturday nights, the a sea-fresh menu. There's Sunday Brunch by the Sea, Wednesday $1 Raw Bar, and Thursday Night: Music, Martinis & More! during which diners enjoy chef Harley's weekly bar bites accompanied by jazz classics and cool lounge sounds. 4 Ocean Front North, Salisbury, 01952, 978-462-5800, seaglassoceanside.com. $$$ CAPRI SEASIDE ITALIAN GRILLE & BAR If you enjoy the flavors of the Mediter- ranean, Italian authenticity, and being near the water—then Capri Seaside Italian Grille & Bar at the Pavilion in Salisbury is a must. Family-style seat- ing, quality ingredients in every dish, and exceptional tableside service make Capri a very pleasant place to be. Their team is made up of "foodies, grape lov- ers, and people pleasers," which makes an excellent meal all the better. 3 Central Avenue, Salisbury, 01952, 978-462-7543, capriseaside.com $$$ DININGGUIDE The air is crisper, the days are shorter, and kids are heading back to school, but that doesn't mean the fun has to end! Explore the many dining options the North Shore has to offer, from Italian to Asian to everything in between. Add some warmth to those autumn nights with good food, great views, and excellent company. 26 Central Street, Manchester-by-the-Sea ∙ 978-704-9568 ∙ foreignaffairswineandbistro.com ∙ Reservations Recommended ∙ Executive Chef/GM: Doug Papows DINNER Tuesday-Thursday 5:00 -9:00 Friday & Saturday 5:00 -10:00 BRUNCH Sunday 10:00 -3:30 NOW SERVING LUNCH! Wednesday-Friday 11:30 -3:00 LIVE MUSIC Thursdays 7:00 -10:00 & Sunday Brunch 1- 4 $1 ISLAND CREEK OYSTERS While They Last Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday

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