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Northshore October 2015

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

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s p e c i a l a d v e r t i s i n g s e c t i o n SALEM The chic place to shop and dine! T H E C H E E S E S H O P O F S A L E M We're open! And eager to introduce area shoppers to our extraordinary selection of domestic and international goods, displayed in a bright and airy new emporium in downtown Salem. Stop by and peruse artisanal and small-batch cheeses (sampling encouraged), charcuterie, condiments, wines, beers, ciders, and gourmet food both traditional and innovative. We want to be your go-to spot for the perfect picnic, elegant party, the spe- cial treat, and just stocking the pantry with delicious and unique products. 45 Lafayette Street, 978-498-4820, J . M O D E Visit J. Mode on Salem's quaint historic Front Street. You'll find contemporary collections from Vince, Nicole Miller, Tracy Reese, DVF, Bailey 44, Three Dots, Chan Luu, Tai, DL Denim, Joes Denim, Big Buddha, Ronen Chen, Ella Moss, Autumn Cashmere, and Rails. New collections arrive daily for casual to cocktail fashions. Jeans and pants are hemmed at no charge. Join the J. Mode points program and earn 3% back on your purchases. The boutiques is known for it's individuality in fashion collections and quality customer service with amazingly caring sales associates who truly help you find your fashion style. 17 Front Street, 978-744-7007, T H E M A R B L E F A U N B O O K S & G I F T S Inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne, our literary-themed shop fea- tures eclectic and antique books, writing implements, booklover novelties, uniquely designed items including jewelry, handbags, t-shirts, and distinct cards. We offer an array of custom teas, candles, fragrant soaps, and lotions. Our hand-picked assortment of books encompasses classics, humor, history, and Steampunk. Favorites such as Poe, Jane Austen, Sherlock Holmes, and Downton Abbey boast their own sections. Hours and updates on Facebook. 131-1 Essex Street, 978-594-0110, themarblefaun K E N S K I C K I N ' C H I C K E N Kens Kickin' Chicken (KKC) is a family owned and operated business. KKC has been voted "Best Chicken Pot Pie on the North Shore" and "Best Chicken Pot Pie in the Northeast" by Americas Best TV show. Our pies are made daily using natural chicken and the freshest ingredients. KKC is a division of Rothwell Catering, where we offer full service catering for weddings and more. We use only the best of ingredients, quality products, and adopt an attitude of honesty and compassion with our customers and our food. 30 North Street, 978-744- 6838, S A L E M W I T C H M U S E U M On vacation - entertaining out of town guests? Visit the Salem Witch Museum! The Museum recounts the history of the witch trials of 1692. Witches: Evolving Perceptions looks at the meaning of the word witch and invites questions on human rights and witch hunting. Need a unique gift or know someone doing a History Day project? The Museum Store carries everything from Celtic necklaces and witch balls, to an extensive selection of books on the trials. 19 Washington Square North, 978-744-1692, R U M S O N ' S ® Smooth, Sweet, Memorable ® . At Rumson's it's simple – We create exceptional spirits. We hand select and marry the finest barrel aged Caribbean rums. These rums are chosen for their distinctive and savory flavor profiles. The spirits are then blended and finished in our New England rum house. This process allows us to blend extraordinary flavors, while hand finishing our rum. The result is memorable spirits and memorable stories. Share them both. Available in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

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