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Best of the North Shore 2018

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

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NORTHSHOREMAG.COM 210 AUGUST 2018 mingle PHOTOGRAPH BY ELISE SINAGRA St., Beverly, 978-969-1719, READERS' CHOICE THE CASTLE: A BOARD GAME CAFE, BEVERLY G I R L S ' N I G H T O U T EDITORS' CHOICE SEA LEVEL OYSTER BAR, SALEM STANDOUT QUALITIES: Oysters, clams, fresh fish, and pizzas, along with specialty cocktails, are offered in a casual setting with stunning views of Salem Harbor, so you can gab and sip with your best ladies against a beautiful backdrop. WHAT'S UNIQUE: The restaurant has two bars—one downstairs and one up—for all your libation needs. FUN FACT: Sea Level doesn't take itself too seriously. The staff wears fun t-shirts with sayings like "Stop, drop, lobster roll" and "Want to see my mussels?" 94 Wharf St., 978-741-0555, READERS' CHOICE TIN BUCKET, READING STANDOUT QUALITIES: Paint, create, and celebrate at this crea- tive space with classes and par- ties for adults and children. WHAT'S UNIQUE: Tin Bucket is a one-stop shop for all your get- together needs—from craft nights to sip and knits, paint parties, book clubs, art classes, and, yes, even shopping. FUN FACT: Owner Pam Keating named her store Tin Bucket after a fictional store her children cre- ated in their yard while playing. 12 Woburn St., Reading, 781- 439-9051, Sea Level Oyster Bar, Salem

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