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Northshore January February 2021

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

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January + February 2021 DINING GUIDE 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 with careful, knowledgeable hands. For a heaping helping of Italy's best flavors, Tuscan Kitchen spoons 'em out. Now open in Newburyport: Tuscan Sea Grill & Bar! 24 New England Executive Park, Burlington, 781-229-0300, $$$ TERESA'S ITALIAN EATERY Teresa's Italian Eatery specializes in authentic homemade Italian dishes served in an upscale casual atmosphere. Teresa's is the kind of neighborhood Italian restaurant that every North Shore town desires. Located on route 114 in Middleton, they are sure to have something for everyone–open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week and also offering a wide variety of catering options. 149 Main Street Middleton, 978-646-1111, $$ TREMEZZO Tremezzo offers some of the best Italian cuisine in a relaxed setting. Whether you're in the mood for an extraordinary chicken parmigiano, delicious salmon, or traditional pasta that tastes just like it came from the old country, Tremezzo has something for you. 2 Lowell St., Wilmington, 978-447-5967, $$ Steaks TERESA'S PRIME Teresa's Prime Steakhouse is North Shore's finest steakhouse. Prime offers a wide selection of house cut Prime Beef, Italian specialties, and the freshest Seafood dishes around. All this paired with breathtaking ambiance and a 5-star staff make Teresa's Prime a must visit! 20 Elm Street, North Reading, 978-276-0044, $$$ LAFINA Meaning "The Finest" in italian, La Fina provides a sleek and sexy space, taking cues from a European Art Deco design. La Fina's sophistication in decor offsets its smart revamp of the conventional steakhouse. With a menu built around subtle twists that never skimp on luxury, La Fina's meat and seafood program balances European and South Beach influences. No high-minded rules or stuffy service here — just contemporary fine dining with a distinct twist. 27 Main Street, Andover, MA, 978-475-4082, $$$ Seafood WOODMAN'S We all know it: Woodman's of Essex is straight-up awesome. Thanks to the vision of "Chubby" and Bessie Woodman, the North Shore is home to the first and best damn fried clams in the world! Not only do their lunch and dinner menus satiate with clam chowder, fresh lobster, and steamed clams, but their clambakes, barbecues, catering services, and online seafood for purchase make local news time and again. 121 Main Street, Essex, 978-768-6057, $$ FINZ SEAFOOD & GRILL Oysters on the half shell and a chilled glass of white on Salem's waterfront? Sublime. Surrounded by harbor views and full of fine tastes, Finz is one of the North Shore's most acclaimed dining establishments. Its floor-to-ceiling glass wall, copper-topped bar, and custom- built raw bar make its interior something singular. The regionally harvested oysters and seafood classics earn its reputation for excellence. The entire menu deserves the years of accolades it has received. 76 Wharf Street Pickering Wharf, Salem, 978-744-8485, $$ Asian KARMA Experience authentic cuisine at Karma, where fusion flavors make every dish a delight—fusion being the key word here. Offering a large selection of Chinese and Japanese entrees, Korean selections, and high- grade sushi and sashimi, as well as delicate French-inspired sauces and techniques, the chefs at Karma deliver something altogether unique. 209 North Main St., Andover, 978-809-3075, $$ Mediterranean ITHAKI MODERN MEDITERRANEAN Ithaki offers modern Mediterranean cooking in the heart of Ipswich. Well- appointed dining rooms, fresh florals, and comfortable banquettes make Ipswich's Ithaki the pinnacle of charm. Mediterranean master chef and owner Petros Markopoulos crafts ambrosial dishes. Using organic flour and eggs for his pasta and importing olives, feta cheese, and olive oil from Crete are just a few of the ways Markopoulos highlights his homeland's bounty. Perfectly prepared seafood dishes, spiced falafel, delicious spanakopita, and pistachio baklava—are a few of must-try Ithaki delights. 25 Hammatt St., Ipswich, 978-356-0099, $$ Spanish T'AHPAS 529 Enjoy an authentic Spanish dining experience right in Melrose with a variety of tapas plates including jamon Iberico, empanadas, grilled octopus, and more. Pair your meal with a selection of Spanish wines and craft beers, and finish with decadent desserts like churros, orange flan, and dulce de leche- topped bread pudding. This sophisticated and shareable cuisine is sure to be a favorite for dinners and Sunday brunch. 529 Franklin Street, Melrose, 781-590-4916, $$ FRANK, BEVERLY

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