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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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into the fold. Tasteful décor and up- scale New England charm grace every room; a salon, wine lounge, and out- door deck are available for all mealtime moods. Chef Ingalls prepares daily specials and house staples to satiate every palate, and on Friday and Satur- day nights, the place hums with music from 9 p.m. until midnight—free of AMERICAN PALMERS RESTAURANT & TAVERN Quiet sophistication describes Palm- ers's formal dining room ambience, while a tavern gives way to more re- laxed seating. Regulars enjoy a friendly rapport with waitstaff and bartenders alike, while newcomers are welcomed 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, $$ SAUCE WINGS AND BURGERS Every month Sauce Wings and Burgers comes up with a new burger creation to keep things interesting. One particu- larly inspired creation featured 10 strips of bacon painstakingly placed atop burger, between bun (it was a wonder to behold, never mind get your mouth around!) In fact, "tall" might be the first adjective to come to mind when it comes to Sauce's burgers. The second: FANTASTIC. 19 Essex Street, Andover, 02143, 978-475-4769, $ 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 DININGGUIDE As summer winds down and the air starts to smell of autumn, we turn our appetites toward heartier dishes. Soups and stews, fine steaks and mashed potatoes, pumpkin pies and cider donuts—the list of foods that warm a New Englander's heart is long and varied. To be sure, North Shore chefs will be turning their attention to the fall harvest and whipping up all kinds of traditional dishes as well as new twists. It's time to start hunkering down and reacquainting ourselves with the wonderful dishes made from cool-weather crops.

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