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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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978-475-4811 19 ESSEX STREET ANDOVER, MA 01810 WWW.ANDOLINISRESTAURANT.COM YOU KNOW YOU WANT ME. satisfy your craving. get sauced. 19 essex st. Andover, ma 01810 978.475.4769 TURTLE COVE BAR & GRILLE Marblehead's new Turtle Cove Bar & Grille is the talk of the town—and for good reason. Every Monday through Friday they offer $1 oysters, little necks, and shrimp at the raw bar. The main menu features fresh local seafood and lip-smacking chops, and the wine list is sublime. Owners Gayle Colinet and her husband, Stephan, are extremely per- sonable and make a point of extending a warm welcome to new guests. Add to all that an upscale chic atmosphere and it's no wonder people are flocking to the place. 165 Pleasant Street, Marblehead, 01945, 781-990-3103. $$$ CAFE/BISTRO FOREIGN AFFAIRS WINE BAR & BISTRO Executive chef Doug Papows lends an international tilt to American bistro cuisine with his Foreign Affairs Wine Bar & Bistro. His passion for sourcing regional ingredients is evident in dishes like the pan-seared Faroe Island Salmon or Smokehouse Sampler. Featuring seasonal desserts from a local baker and a wine list spanning the globe, Foreign Affairs is one stop on the map you don't want to miss! 26 Central St., Manchester, 01944, 978-704-9568, foreignaffairswineandbis- $$ SCRATCH KITCHEN In addition to top-quality, inventive sandwiches, there are many must-try items on the menu that have earned this place a reputation for the fun and the yummy (including bacon-dusted popcorn!) Using regional and farm-fresh ingredi- ents, house-smoked meats, and home- made breads, condiments, and pickles as staples for some of the area's best anytime nosh, Scratch Kitchen rocks! 245 Derby Street, Salem, 01970, 978-741- 2442, $$ ITALIAN ANDOLINI'S RESTAURANT Andolini's features an expansive and eclectic interior, off the street patio, and a huge 20 plus seat horseshoe bar that is a town favorite. Serving dinner seven days a week, and brunch on Sunday morning, Andolini's is a fixture in the Andover dining scene. From house-made truffled DININGGUIDE Atlantic-side spot a real gem. Enjoy pan- oramic ocean views over a glass of wine and make selections from a sea-fresh menu. There's Sunday Brunch by the Sea, Wednesday $1 Raw Bar, and Thurs- day Night: Music, Martinis & More! during which diners enjoy chef Harley's weekly bar bites accompanied by jazz classics and cool lounge sounds. 4 Ocean front North, Salisbury, 01952, 978-462-5800, $$$

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