Northshore Magazine

July 2012

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

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ADVERTISEMENT FABULOUSEATS Japanese Cuisine Maki Sushi Bar & Grill embraces the simplicity of Japanese cuisine while combining it with bold and innovative culinary ideas. Our Yellowtail Fire- cracker features luscious slices of fresh yellowtail, zesty vinaigrette, and piquant jalapenos, striking a perfect balance in flavors and textures. Our menu boasts a wide array of choices even for the most fickle diner. Maki Sushi Bar & Grill, 43 Main Street, Peabody, 978-854-5426, makisushibar.net A Dining Destination Nine Elm American Bistro combines award winning cuisine, friendly service and casual ambiance to provide the North Shore's best dining experience. Make a reservation and find out why our neighborhood bistro has become a dining destination.Nine Elm American Bistro, 9 Elm Street, Danvers, 978-774-9436, 9elm.com The Blue Ox Having garnered many prestigious awards since its opening, including "Top 100 American Fare Restaurants in the United States" by OpenTable diners, The Blue Ox, an upscale casual American restaurant offers traditional dishes in a nontraditional way. Chef/ Owner, Matt O'Neil, a Swampscott native, sources premium ingredients from the top purveyors in the area and local spirits all at a great value to his guests. The Blue Ox, 191 Oxford Street, Lynn, 781-780-5722, theblueoxlynn.com Green Land Café A Blend of Creative Food and Fresh Thinking. Committed to sustainability, our menus reflect the goodness of organic, locally grown and harvested ingredients. Serving Lunch, Dinner, Tapas, Late Night, Kid's Menu, and Sunday Brunch. Patio dining, private function room, live music Thursday and Monday nights. Open daily from 11:30am. Green Land Café, 87 Washington Street, Salem, 978-744-7766, greenlandcafe.com Local Farm Fresh Ingredients Scratch Kitchen is a quality driven restaurant with a focus on re- gional and local farm fresh ingredients. Featuring house smoked meats, homemade: bacon, breads, condiments, pickles. We believe in helping our regional and local producers in showcasing their efforts to the best of our abilities in creating dishes that let their hard work stand forward, Enjoy. Scratch Kitchen, 245 Derby Street, Salem, 978-741-2442, scratchkitchensalem.com New Waterfront Restaurant In Gloucester Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner directly on the water's edge located at the Cape Ann's Marina Resort. Featuring fresh seafood, burgers, pasta, nibbles, salads, signature cocktails, live entertainment – all while sitting on our outside decks or brand new dining room. This needs to be on you summer dining buck- et list! Come by boat too! Mile Marker One, 75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, 978-283-2116, mmarker1.com

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