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 not only weddings, but for everything we do at the Hawthorne Hotel, from the creative cuisine in our two restaurants to the cleanliness of our guest rooms to the friendliness of our desk staff. We hope that you will let us take care of your special events, overnight business trips, and weekend getaways.��� -Juli Lederhaus, General Manager For a North Reading venue with all the appeal of a country setting, Hillview Country Club offers just that. Overlooking a carefully manicured golf course, the club artfully accommodates over 250 guests. Exterior amenities include a gazebo, arbor, and outdoor deck���each offering stellar photo opportunities. Inside, a banquet hall, featuring an expansive dance floor, supports rehearsal dinners, ceremonies, and receptions. Culinary experts ensure exceptional dishes, service, and perfectly tailored menus. For the competence that comes with 25 years of experience, Hillview Country Club provides. For more information, call 978-664-1660 or go to ���Weddings at Hillview Country Club offer a great value in a beautiful setting. We have earned a distinctive reputation by offering superb food and sincere service.��� -Pat Lee Weddings A Smolak Farm Wedding...Picture Perfect 315 South Bradford St. North Andover, MA 01845 978-682-6332, ext. 2 | | Louise Michaud Photographer All Star Uplighting 978-745-5415 All Star Uplighting All Star Uplighting Louise Michaud Photographer Colonial Hall at Rockafellas, with its vaulted ceilings, gleaming hardwood floors and gracious balcony, is the perfect setting for your wedding. This spacious and elegant ballroom is 70 create a wedding as unique as you are. available for you to December/Holiday 2009 Wedding2013_FINAL.indd 70 Chef Enx Dadulas has a feel for flavor, and his Gloucester-based Ohana showcases his talent. The restaurant���s warm ���Aloha Spirit��� enhances a New American cuisine and heightens the pleasure found in Dadulas���s French techniques, Italian flavors, and Asian spices. With an emphasis on locally sourced fish, meat, produce, and artisanal foods, he brings to the North Shore a wholly personalized style of cooking. Having grown up in Hawaii, trained under world-renowned chef Roy Yamaguchi, and worked alongside local icon, Barbara Lynch, and award-winning chef Jean Joho��� Dadulas���s influences are many. His diverse ingredients, ideas, and techniques span French, Italian, Japanese, Hawaiian, and Peruvian cultures. The confluence of flavors, textures, and presentations results in sweet, spicy, and ���mildly eccentric��� meals. Add water views, an artsy interior, and a great bar and, voil��, Ohana is a sure-fire hit! For more information, call (978) 283-3200 or go to ���Ohana was created to bring together eclectic foods and flavors which tastes as good as it looks.��� -Enx Dadulas, Chef/Owner Located in downtown Andover, Palmers Restaurant & Tavern is a long-celebrated North Shore venue. Offering three dining rooms: The Salon; The Wine Lounge Upstairs; and the Grand Dining Room���Palmers has a touch of everything. After 25 years spent serving North Shore denizens, the dining and event destination has established a solid reputation. When it comes to matrimonial occasions, Palmers has substantial experience, which is demonstrated in the portfolio, ���We Met at Palmers: A Love Story,��� currently being assembled. Today���s growing interest in summertime nuptials puts Palmers in a position to provide. Its large tavern, outdoor deck, and ample parking add to its capacity to accommodate. With exclusive rooms and divine cuisine, the venue is ���dressed��� to impress. For more information, call 978-470-1606 or go to ���For 25 years Palmers has been a top venue selection for hosts who seek the distinction of fine cuisine with congenial service and ambiance.��� -John Ingalls, Chef/Owner 11/29/12 3:42 PM

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