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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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dine 54 AUGUST 2018 R O A S T B E E F EDITORS' CHOICE NICK'S FAMOUS ROAST BEEF, BEVERLY STANDOUT QUALITIES: The Super Beef Three-Way, with sauce, mayo, and cheese, is breathtaking in size and flavor. UNIQUE QUALITIES: The plates come with a mountain of fries and onion rings and a small but tasty salad, if you're into that. FUN FACT: Both owners are named Nick. 139 Dodge St., Beverly, 978-922-9075, READERS' CHOICE NICK'S FAMOUS ROAST BEEF, BEVERLY R O M A N T I C EDITORS' CHOICE L'ANDANA, BURLINGTON STANDOUT QUALITIES: L'Andana's overall aesthetic— the weathered-wood walls and chandeliers made from old wine barrels—evokes "an elegant barn," making the space incredibly popular for weddings and other truly romantic events. 86 Cambridge St., Burlington, 781-270-0100, READERS' CHOICE 1640 HART HOUSE, IPSWICH WHAT'S UNIQUE: Cozy centuries-old fireplaces and low-beamed ceilings—all original to this nearly 400-year-old home. 51 Linebrook Rd., Ipswich, 978-356-1640, S A L A D EDITORS' CHOICE ALTO FORNO, PEABODY STANDOUT QUALITIES: Few salads can be called sexy, but the Alto Salad absolutely qualifies. Wild arugula is topped with crispy potato coins, deep-fried tidbits of pancetta, a bright and earthy truffle vinaigrette, and shaved Parmesan. INSIDER TIP: Pair it with the mushroom flatbread for an earthy, light summer meal. FUN FACT: The name Alto Forno means "high oven" in Italian—a nod to the restaurant's placement on a hill. 41 Cross St., Peabody, 978-871-2942, READERS' CHOICE TOPPSALAD, DANVERS INSIDER TIP: Phone orders are not permitted—download their app or order online for faster service of their fresh, made-to-order veggie-centric dishes. 198 Endicott St., Danvers, 978-762-TOPP,

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