Like the family’s original eatery in Melrose and their seafood market in Gloucester, the latest and greatest Turner’s Seafood sensation is an energetic space housed in Salem’s historic Lyceum Hall- a building that dates back to 1840.
Located on Main Street in Woburn, this cozy nook is the brainchild of long time friends Chef Joaquin Jalan and Jose Pineiro (or Pinchoco and Pepe as they preferred to be called). The dimly lit dining room is decked out in all things Spanish, including a mural paying homage to Picasso and an octopus the…
Located on Main Street in Reading, Biltmore and Main is a casual, family-friendly spot decked out with retro signs, funky glass bottles and a 2 sided fireplace perfect for lounging. And the food is down home and delicious according to Director of Operations, Randall Parker.
In the Village of Pocasset, just over the Bourne Bridge, there’s a Cape Cod restaurant that marches to the beat of a different drummer. It’s called the Bog Pub, and chef Ashley Sadler never wants it to get bogged down by tradition.
If you’re searching for that ultimate summertime spot, this might just be it. Located on historic Pickering Wharf overlooking picturesque Salem Harbor, Sea Level Oyster Bar is big, fun, and delicious. It’s what summer in New England is all about.
When food is housemade, farm fresh, and cooked with love, you can never have too much on your plate. At The Plate restaurant in Milton, Massachusetts hometown hero, Suzanne Lombardi and her team are crafting creative sandwiches by hand in this small, stylish eatery in Lower Mills.