Northshore Magazine

November 2015

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

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chicken slow smoked for hours and dripping with juice. 226 Main St., North Reading, 01864, 978- 664-3591, $$$ NAUMKEAG ORDINARY Smack in the middle of historic downtown Salem, Naumkeag Ordinary is anything but ordinary. Its casually elegant ambience features a handcrafted bar procured from reclaimed wood, soft Edison lighting, and photographs of historic Salem that line the walls. A seasonal menu that changes weekly showcases locally sourced, AMERICAN HORSESHOE GRILLE Over the course of four generations of family ownership, the Horseshoe Grille has evolved from a members-only dinning club to one of the areas best American fare restaurants. Along with the common dishes associated with American food, the Horseshoe Grille collaborated with Memphis rib master John Willingham to create a delicious and authentic smokey BBQ menu that features ribs in full rack, half rack and third rack sizes as well as a half BBQ DININGGUIDE The eating season has begun! With the holidays fast approaching, it's a good time to get out on the culinary scene to see what chefs are doing. Pick up some new ideas for seasonally inspired dishes and add one or two to your own holiday menu. 978-475-4811 19 ESSEX STREET ANDOVER, MA 01810 WWW.ANDOLINISRESTAURANT.COM YOU KNOW YOU WANT ME. satisfy your craving. get sauced. 19 essex st. Andover, ma 01810 978.475.4769 sustainable ingredients prepared by expert hands. Inspired twists on classic dishes include the likes of Root Beer Braised St. Louis Ribs. And a charming little patio affords alfresco dining. All of which adds up to a highly popular, tasteful neighborhood haunt. 118 Washington Street, Salem, 01970, 978- 744-4968, $$ NINE ELM AMERICAN BISTRO "Intimate chic" is one expression that has been used to describe Nine Elm. Yes, sometimes, less is more. With only nine (coincidental?) tables and six bar seats, the place is personal. With so few people being served at one time, the preparation of each dish receives the attention it deserves, and the results of such deliberation are palatable. At the helm of Nine Elm are chef Matt Sanidas and his wife, Jean. They've assembled an eclectic menu catering to meat lovers, lean protein seekers, and oft-forgotten vegetarians alike with plates like grilled filet

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