Northshore Magazine

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 WINCHESTER A traditional and quaint village. C A F É P I A Z Z A D O L C E This from scratch to order local Trattoria is located in the beautiful Boston suburb of Winchester. Café Piazza Dolce is a purveyor of fine dining in the classical style of local Chef and Suffolk Grad Alessandra's roots in Avellino, Italy. Chef Alessandra has been serving both quality interpretations of classic Neapolitan dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of food. Their interior reflects the hip sensibilities of the surrounding area paying tribute to the old country. 831 Main Street, 781-838-6092, G R A C E I N T E R I O R S Shannon Kelly Gilmour, owner of grace interiors, has created a unique method for under-standing her clients' interior design needs. She developed Lifestyle Design Quest Method-ology, a set of specific lifestyle questions for her clients that, once answered, lead her to design spaces that reflect the clients personal tastes. Whether working on an entire house renovation or creating a charming vignette, Gilmour focuses on the details and she strives to design artful, comfortable living spaces for her clients. Gilmour also has long-standing relationships with contractors, architects, and rug, textile, art and antiques dealers. 617-504-4300, P I A N T E D O S I B R E A D S H O P P E Located in downtown Winchester, this European style bread Shoppe offers fresh baked breads, specialty foods and catering services. Gourmet sandwiches like the Proscuitto and Cheese Panini are crafted for each customer and can be enjoyed at the Shoppe's outdoor seating or taken on the go. The beautifully decorated shelves are lined with some of the finest ingredients for creating your own delicious meal at home. Come experience this 100 year old family business and expect to see new happenings at the Shoppe this Fall. 11 Thompson Street, 781-604-1020, L U C I A R I S T O R A N T E & B A R Located in Winchester Center and Boston's historic North End. Lucia was the first to bring authentic Italian cuisine to Boston's oldest neighborhood. Lucia continues to combine traditional favorites with innovative new dishes in our distinctive atmosphere. The Frattaroli Family, who opened the restaurant shortly after emigrating to Boston from the Abruzzo region of Italy, is proud to welcome diners to savor it's exquisite regional Abbruzzese cuisine. Stop in or visit our website for more information. Buon Appetito! 9-13 Mt. Vernon Street, 781-729-0515, R U N WAY C O U T U R E Runway Couture offers an amazing selection of contemporary designers while offering that unique boutique experience. Our collections include Nicole Miller, Hale Bob, Chan Luu, Desigual, Sara Pacini, Byron Lars, Ecru, J'oes, Hudson Jeans, Hammitt, Carla Mancini, Leatherrock, Tai, Havaianas and many more. Enjoy complimentary gift wrapping. We love to make you look and feel fabulous! "Like us" on Facebook for the latest styles, promotions and events. Check out our newly renovated boutique, and stay tuned for our new e-commerce store. 38 Church Street, 781-721-7302, W I N C H E S T E R I N D O O R T E N N I S The Winchester Indoor Tennis Center is a diamond in the rough! The two building, 14 indoor, hard court facility has been a staple of the town of Winchester for all ages since 1965. If you have been a resident of the area for any period of time since then you probably have played at our facility! If you are new to the area or have just never heard of us, we'd like to invite you to give us a try. We are conveniently located on the Winchester/Woburn line. Experience the feeling of spring and summer throughout the autumn and winter months with tennis! Enjoy group or private lessons, men's and women's teams, contract, or random court time! 41 East Street, 781-729-4040,

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