Northshore Magazine

January/February 2013

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

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s p e c i a l a d v e r t i s i n g s e c t i o n Amesbury A carriage town with uptown sophistication. Gail Zona Jewelry The Marina At Hatter���s Point Ovedia Artisan Chocolate Jackson Lumber & Millwork Appleton Eye Associates Ristorante Molise New from Gail Zona Jewelry���Team Colors Charms! Glass charms in team colors with popular designs including zebra and leopard. Lined and capped in sterling. Fits all popular bracelets and looks great on sterling chains. All team colors available. Great for school sports teams, cheering squads, school bands, graduation gifts, teacher/coach gifts, team supporters/boosters, alumni reunions as well as gymnastics teams, bowling leagues, and professional sports fans. Fund-raising opportunities are available. $1 donated to scholarship fund for each charm purchased. 14 Cedar Street, #217, 855-424-2769, gailzonajewelry.com OVEDIA is an artisan chocolate company dedicated to making exquisite handcrafted creations that delight the most ardent chocolate lover and please the most discerning palate. Named after the owners grandmother, Ovedia offers everything from handmade chocolates to espresso, all made from scartch. From idea to ingredients to indulgence, Ovedia creations are designed to bring you a taste of pleasure from the first bite to the last. We think you���ll agree, the experience is truly sensational. 36 Main Street, 978-388-7700, ovedia.com Appleton Eye Associates opened a new location in downtown Amesbury. We���re a full service comprehensive eye care facility for the entire family. With additional locations in Newburyport and Methuen, we are one of the few locations in the area to offer one-day multi-focal contact lenses. We also offer comprehensive eye exams, contact lens services, co-management of laser vision correction, and full-scope optometric care. With brands like Jimmy Choo, Tommy Bahama, and Joseph Abboud you will easily find exactly what you are looking for. Pun intended. 77 Main Street, 978-388-1060, appletoneyeassociates.com Amesbury_JanFeb_13.indd 139 Seasonal dockage for the 2013 boating season is offered at $93/ft including water, electricity, and Wi-Fi. We offer restrooms, showers, laundry facility, ice, large deck, and grille for your enjoyment. We have dockhands daily from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and plenty of parking. We are the only marina in Amesbury with a pump-out on site. We are pet friendly and handicapped accessible. Inflatable���s 10��� and under are available at no additional charge. Jet skis are $200 for the season with full-season dockage. 60 Merrimac Street, 978-388-7333, marinaathatterspoint.com Family owned and operated, Jackson Lumber & Millwork has offered quality building products and excellent customer service for more than 65 years. Our new Amesbury location features a state-of-the-art showroom for windows, doors, kitchen cabinets, flooring, and decking. With a fully stocked drive-through lumber yard, and a well-supplied hardware and paint department, we have what you need for any project. Our expert staff of building professionals look forward to working with you. 67 Haverhill Road, Rt. 110, 978-388-0366, jacksonlumber.com Ristorante Molise welcomes you and your family. For 20 years, we���ve been devoted to keeping our traditional Italian cuisine alive; as at home, we use only the freshest ingredients prepared with the heart and passion we have for our rich culture. Enjoy authentic Italian dining, savor grass-fed beef, organic chicken and local produce, gathered into new combinations with delectable Italian flavors. Pickup a VIP Card, for additional bonus savings! We have function rooms for special occasions, catering, and trays to go. Serving dinner Tuesday - Sunday, 4 pm9:30 pm, in Amesbury and Wakefield. 1 Market Square, 978-388-4844, ristorantemoilse.com 11/29/12 4:02 PM

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