Northshore Magazine

November 2015

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DININGGUIDE SALT Kitchen and Rum Bar is a new 50 seat "gastro pub" that serves locally sourced "elevated comfort food" in a rustic and inviting atmosphere. We boast a 14 seat bar which emphasizes rum and its local history, an approachable wine list, hand crafted cocktails and a wide selection of micro brews. Open for lunch and dinner. Come see what has made us BONS editors' choice "Best Burger" 2015. Salt Kitchen and Rum Bar One Market Street, Ipswich 978-356-0002 Treat Yourself to a memorable experience. Seasonally inspired menu I Four generations of serving the community Sincere service, uncompromising quality, relaxing atmosphere Outdoor patio I Catering 226 Main Street, North Reading, MA 01864 (978) 664-3591 | part to executive chef Carlos Arellano. 75 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington, 01803, 781-272-9900, $$$ TAQUERIA LA VICTORIA Alex Barrientos, has a neighborhood gem with his taqueria on Wallis Street. Its festive, bistro-style interior is made warm with terracotta floor tiles, exposed-brick walls, rich wood trim, and large windows. Barrientos' burritos, tacos, quesadillas, tortas, and Mexican-spiced meats and veggies make it a great spot to either perch for an on-site bite or grab a bag to go. 6 Wallis Street, Beverly, 01915, 978-969- 2228, $$ SEAFOOD ATLANTIC GRILL Select seating in one of the six distinct rooms that characterize the Atlantic Grill make every visit something to look forward to. Whether in the lounge, oceanic room, garden view room, gable room, on the patio, or in the garden, guests are treated to tasteful ambiance and haute cuisine. Barrel-vaulted ceilings, exposed driftwood beams, fireside dining, leather banquettes, and high-top seating are just a few of the details that make this such a rich establishment—to say nothing of the menu's myriad seafood offerings. 5 Pioneer Road, Rye, NH, 03870, 603- 433-3000, $$ FINZ SEAFOOD & GRILL Oysters on the half shell and a chilled glass of white on Salem's waterfront? Sublime. Surrounded by harbor views and full of fine tastes, Finz is one of the North Shore's most acclaimed dining establishments. Its floor-to-ceiling glass wall, copper-topped bar, and custom-built raw bar make its interior something singular. The regionally harvested oysters and seafood classics earn it's reputation for excellence. The entire menu deserves the years of accolades it has received. 76 Wharf Street Pickering Wharf, Salem, 01970, 978-744-8485, $$ JOE FISH Nautical is what Joe Fish does best. From its funky maritime interior to the creative presentation of its seafood, the place is all about the fresh catch and the paraphernalia used to capture it (even the dinner rolls are served in tin buckets, furthering the extreme theme). Fried calamari, Chatham oysters, bayou catfish, and grilled Gulf shrimp—these are just a few good reasons to live and dine on the North Shore. Joe Fish is another. 1120 Osgood Street, North Andover, 01845, 978-685-3663; 60 Main Street, North Reading, 01864, 978-207-0357, $$ LATITUDE 43 RESTAURANT & BAR With a cozy tavern perfect for lounging

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