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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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41 AUGUST 2018 recipes. The pastas, sauces, and mozzarella are all made in-house—making Angelo's the epitome of authentic Italian. 237 Main St., Stoneham, 781-279-9035, (Old World) LUCIA RISTORANTE, WINCHESTER WHAT'S UNIQUE: The restaurant's vaulted ceiling is painted to look like the Sistine Chapel. FUN FACT: The restaurant sometimes offers pasta-making classes. 13 Mt. Vernon St., Winchester, 781-729-0515, (Modern) ALTO FORNO, PEABODY STANDOUT QUALITIES: Modern Italian food in a sexy space dripping with crystal chandeliers and tufted dining chairs. INSIDER TIP: Grab a seat at the bar in front of the gorgeous WoodStone oven, fired by hardwood and gas, to watch the chefs at work on perfectly crusty flatbreads. 41 Cross St., Peabody, 978-871-2942, READERS' CHOICE GIUSEPPE'S, NEWBURYPORT FUN FACT: Owner Giuseppe Masia was born in Sardegna, Italy, and started his restaurant as a takeout-only shop. 257 Low St., Newburyport, 978-465-2225, K I D - F R I E N D L Y EDITORS' CHOICE TRINA'S STARLITE LOUNGE, AMESBURY WHAT'S UNIQUE: High-end hot dogs, video games, and craft cocktails. Need we say more? FUN FACT: The long tables in the back, hewn from old bowling alley lanes, are the perfect spot for parents to sip a Cartel Café, made with espresso-infused tequila, mezcal, Campari, and grapefruit, while watching the kids play video games. INSIDER TIP: Order the Southern corn fritters for dessert—dusted with powdered sugar and served with a lavender-honey dipping sauce, they are sophisticated and fun all at once. 37 Main St., Amesbury, 978-792- 5746, READERS' CHOICE FLATBREAD CO., AMESBURY WHAT'S NEW: A location in Georgetown this spring. 5 Market Square, Amesbury, 978-834-9800,

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