Northshore Magazine

November 2015

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

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DININGGUIDE 2B Wilson Road · Nahant, MA 01908 · 781-593-7500 · TIDES RESTAURANT & PUB With a menu that features Prime Rib, grilled, baked & fried seafood, specialty pizzas, our 2014 BONS Award-Winning Lobster Roll & more, Tides offers something for everyone. Check out our drink menu for fun cocktails, our ice cold 26 beers on dra & our well rounded wine list. Tides is beachside dining at its best – all year round. Get Your Italian �x... o s t e r i a n i n o . c o m 19 Third Ave, Burlington (Next to Wegmans & Kings) Lunch . Dinner . Late Night NOW OPEN NOW OPEN NOW OPEN Farm To Table Italian OHANA Chef Enx Dadulas happily shares his talent for taste with Gloucester's Ohana. Infusing locally sourced fish, meat, produce, and artisanal foods with French, Italian, Japanese, Hawaiian, and Peruvian ingredients, Dadulas invents an altogether "New American Cuisine." Spices, techniques, and traditions combine to make the sweet, spicy, and "mildly eccentric" meals that have put Ohana on the Best-of-the-North-Shore map. 151 Main Street, Gloucester, 01930, 978- 283-3200, $$$ OPUS The latest venture from Serenitee Restaurant Group, Opus is Salem's hottest hot spot. An eclectic menu including small plates designed for sharing and many organic and vegetarian options, a speakeasy-like Underground lounge, live music, and daring cocktails make it popular with locals and well worth the drive for out-of-towners. 87 Washington Street, Salem, 01970, 978-744-9600, $$ SALT KITCHEN & RUM BAR Referring to itself as a "relative of the gastro pub—a public house that specializes in serving high- quality food," Salt Kitchen & Rum Bar takes the idea of comfort food to a whole new level. Pairing dishes like Swordfish with Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Ragout, Capers, and Paella Risotto with specialty rums like Ipswich's greenhead spiced, Privateer cask, and Bully Boy. Not much gets better than that! 1 Market Street, Ipswich, 01938, 978-356- 0002, $$ SHORT & MAIN There are four new kids on the block, and they are pros in the hospitality industry! Serving wood-fired pizza from an oven of their own making, filling a raw bar with over 10 of the sea's finest and freshest offerings (keep in mind that the first and last hour of service everyday brings $1 oysters), and mix- ing spritzes, punches, and cocktails to please the band—Short & Main prom- ises to be on par with its successful predecessor, The Market Restaurant. 36 Main Street, Gloucester, 01930, 978- 281-0044, $$$ ITALIAN ANDIAMO RESTAURANT + BAR A sharp contemporary interior sets the stage for boutique Italian and Mediterranean dishes at Andiamo. Renowned restaurateur Jim Rogers takes his time when designing dishes and décor, tailoring all details to provide the ultimate menu and most desirable setting. A stone hearth, hefty post-and-beam construction, and warm woods blend seamlessly with a chic aesthetic. Five-star service, an acclaimed local chef, and an unrelenting desire to please. 24 Winter Street, Newburyport, 01950,

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