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Northshore April 2020

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

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NORTHSHOREMAG.COM 26 APRIL 2020 FAC E S + P L AC E S E AT + D R I N K G's Haverhill Don't think you can find fabulous Texan flavors in Haverhill? Then you clearly haven't dined at the instant-hit restau- rant G's. 35 Washington St., 978-377-0457, Battle Grounds Coffee Company Battle Grounds is more than a place to grab great food and coffee (although it's that, too). It's also a city center for culture, politics, and community that's dedicated to veterans and service. 39 Washington St., 978-891- 5860, Joseph's Trattoria Indulge in rustic yet upscale Tuscan cuisine, like homemade pasta and pizza, along with to-die-for desserts. 145 Oxford Ave., 978-374-8288, Krueger Flatbread A warm and lively atmosphere, a historical brick building, and delicious wood-fired pizzas make Krueger a great choice. 142 Essex St., 978-372-3434, Essex Street Grille Essex Street Grille offers expertly made food and cocktails, plus a great wine list, all in the heart of historical downtown. itinerary 25 Essex St., 978-372-4477, essexstreetgrillehaverhill. com Keon's Keon's—with its upscale food and creative wine dinners—isn't just a favorite with locals; it's also a "destination" for out-of-towners. 105 Washington St., 978-521- 0112, Wang's Table This sleek spot is known for its tasty sushi and Asian fare, fun bar, and special events like pairing dinners. 46 Washington St., 978-372-0089, The Peddler's Daughter The next best thing to hopping a plane to Ireland is a night at The Peddler's Daughter, with its authentic Irish fare and excellent craic. 45 Wingate St., 978-372-9555, The Hidden Pig There's nothing hidden about how awesome the food and craft beers are at this downtown hot spot. 130 Washing- ton St., 978-914-6800, L I V E + P L AY Winnekenni Park and Castle A spectacular stone castle crowns a hill overlooking the more-than-700-acre Winnekenni Park Conservation Area, Kenoza Lake, and miles of wooded trails. 347 Kenoza Ave., 978-521- 1686, Willow Spring Vineyards The locally made wines taste even HAVERHILL MUST-DO LIST Clockwise from left, The Hidden Pig, Mike Schneider owner from Welfare Records and Opal & Oak Boutique PHOTOGRAPHS, BY SCOTT MURRY (RIGHT), COURTESY OF THE HIDDEN PIG (LEFT) F A C E S + P L A C E S better in the beautiful barn tasting room, where you'll find special events throughout the season. 840 West Lowell Ave., 978-374-1473, John Greenleaf Whitter Birthplace Visit the astonishingly well- preserved birthplace and home of the legendary New England poet and abolitionist. 305 Whittier Rd., 978-373-3979, Bradford Rail Trail and Art Walk Find benches, a mural, public art, and educational markers along this lovely riverside path. Enter at Middlesex St. behind Roma Restaurant COCO Brown This inspiring cultural community center has become a hub for the arts, culture, workshops, storytelling, poetry classes, think tanks, and more to expand your mind and network. 293 Washington St., 978-702- 4688, S H O P + R E N E W Welfare Records Scratch that vinyl itch at this cool downtown record shop. 58 River St., 978-374-0777, Gold Leaf Fine Jewelry Sally O'Rorke has been selling one-of-a-kind rings for 35 years. 800 Broadway #13, Haverhill, 978-374-8675, Opal & Oak Boutique A light and airy shop filled with fun, trendy pieces, right downtown. 50 Washington St., 978-519-8860, facebook. com/opalandoakboutique FLHY Kicks Fashionable athleisure wear for those who want to look great whether they're working up a sweat or hanging with friends. 13 Railroad Square, Suite 204, 978-382- 2962, Cakes by Erin Helmed by Food Network regular Erin Erler, this wildly creative nut-free bakery can custom-make any cake you can imagine. 800 Broadway, 978-469- 9136, The Color Mint Shop for trendy clothing and accessories at this mobile boutique; keep an eye out for pop-up locations, along with its traveling mint-hued fashion trailer. Traveling,

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