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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 A city that's blazed it's own path, from carriages to commerce AMESBURY B R U S H S T R O K E S A N D G R A P E V I N E S A solely owned "Paint n' Sip" studio with a relaxed atmosphere that combines fun, learning, and laughter. With brush in hand, you will be guided through to complete your masterpiece with no experience necessary. Pick the date and painting, and come de-stress with your friends. This BYOB studio is the perfect gathering place for girls nights, couples, corporate events, bachelorettes, birthdays etc. BrushStrokes and GarpeVines travels offsite for private events. Located in downtown Amesbury- ample parking. 19 Elm Street, 781 962-5577, C R AV E : W I N E | K I T C H E N | TA P Located in Amesbury's up and coming lower mill yard in a renovated 1850's Boston & Maine train station, Crave's menu focuses on food made from scratch using fresh seafood, hand cut steaks and local produce when possible, all prepared in a semi-open kitchen. The bar features eight craft beers, a fun and accessible wine list created with the assistance of a local wine consultant, in addition to a great selection of bourbons and ryes. Their team of young energetic professionals is eager to help you have a great experience. 10 Water Street, 978-834-6075, L E O ' S S U P E R B O W L Leo's Super Bowl has always been the go-to place to have fun. In addition to 24 lanes of candlepin bowling, they have a large arcade room. You'll glow in the dark when the lights go out for cosmic bowling and leagues run all year long. Although they are popular for their famous kids' birthday parties, it is also an attractive destination for adults. They have a large function room that is perfect for wedding showers, anniversary parties, holiday parties, corporate outings, team building events, business meetings and more. Beer, wine and catering is also available. You're guaranteed to have a ball! 84 Haverhill Road, 978- 388-2010, N E S T Nest is an interactive retail emporium located in thriving downtown Amesbury. We aren't just a place to shop - build your own fairy gardens, smell our beautiful floral arrangements, listen to the bands playing on our door step, and come for the full experience that our store is! Nest offers a unique range of merchandise which includes: jewelry, fashion accessories, baby and toddler, wall art, furniture, and home decor. With most items handcrafted from local vendors, you will always find something one-of-a-kind when you stop in. Come say hello and experience Nest! 45 Main Street, 978-388-0283, T H E M A R K E T S Q U A R E B A K E H O U S E The Market Square Bakehouse faces a busy rotary, organized red brick leads up to the entrance. A woman points through the glass at a spinach feta quiche but a coy grin spreads across her face as she notices the glimmering sugar atop a blueberry scone. The grin transforms into a full fledged smile as her gaze settles upon the donut muffin. Light bulbs encased in mason jars hang from the ceiling. White porcelain mugs and Gibraltar glasses on natural wooden tabletops. Other eager guests wait with iced chai teas and foamy lattes. 5 market square, 978-792-5237, S A L O N 5 7 Salon 57 is located downtown in beautiful Amesbury. We have independent stylists and manicurists working in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We provide coffee, tea, water, and snacks. We also have a private room for pedicures. Our services include hair, waxing, nails, and spray tanning. Our staff names are as follows: Nails & Spray Tanning by: Toni Smith Trousdell 978-815-7479, Hair by: Valerie Dugay (owner) 603-642-9138, Nicole Allen 603-231-9291, Gina Mellone 781-718-3428, Lisa Eaton 978-360-7790, Jessica Richards 978-420-6903, and Jillian Collins 978-476-0681. Find us on Facebook. 57 Main Street, 978-388-1121

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