Northshore Magazine (Digital)

Northshore Magazine (Digital) March 2021

For 20 years, Northshore magazine’s experienced editors, creatives, writers, and photographers have captured the region with its award-winning prose and design. The magazine offers sophisticated service journalism coupled with stunning photography. We report on desirable towns and neighborhoods, places to hike and bike along the coast, which doctors are first-rate, and which restaurants, shops, spas, salons, and services are the Best of the North Shore.

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10 Números

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2 min.
hope springs eternal

With the arrival of spring also comes the one-year mark of the pandemic wreaking havoc on everything from schools to businesses—and most profoundly, our health in the Commonwealth. As we wade through to the other side of this seemingly unending nightmare, I want to take pause and applaud all of you who have kept us going. In this issue we speak to first responders about their harrowing experiences over the past 12 months and the fears they have grappled with in facing COVID-19 every day in the workplace. We also hear from mental health professionals on how we can keep ourselves together while we wait our turn to get the vaccine. And we present Castle Connolly’s annual list of Top Doctors on the North Shore. These doctors make the grade when…

1 min.
letters to the editor

Hope all is well and happy New Year! I got calls from costumers telling me that they saw the article in Northshore magazine about Karimah’s Kitchen! How exciting, thank you so much for your amazing work! I can’t wait to share with my family._ Best, Karimah, Karimah’s Kitchen I just wanted to send you a quick note of thanks for the featured project and for the cover shot of Northshore Home’s winter issue!_It really made my 2021 so far—thank you! I look forward to someday meeting you in person at a design event! Thanks again, Meghan Shadrick Interiors I just read the review for B & B Fish in Northshore magazine and it was fantastic! You really captured the essence of what Jason is trying to create there. Happy New Year! Best, Nicole Russo Thank you for including Savour…

1 min. connect with us online

01 WHERE TO EAT Looking for a spot for a great curbside takeout? Let us give you some suggestions. 02 WHAT TO DO Check out enjoyable hikes and scenic spots on the North Shore. 03 WHERE TO SHOP Check out the best places to _nd the latest spring fashions and accessories. 04 16th Annual Best of the North Shore BONS VOTING NOW OPEN! BONS 2021 BEST of northshore Cast your ballot for your favorite steakhouse, new restaurant, ice cream shop, day spa, clothing store, and more. Results Will Be Announced in our August 2021 Northshore Edition!…

1 min.

GLENN SCOTT /PAGE 50/ Glenn Scott launched his photography studio in Beverly’s Arts District nearly 20 years ago. Editorial and cookbook projects keep him on the lookout for props and surfaces throughout the North Shore’s many antiques shops and vintage fairs. You can see more of his work at ANTHONY TIEULI /PAGE 26/ Specializing in culinary and portrait photography, Anthony Tieuli’s work has appeared in many local and national publications. In real life, he is a dedicated father, husband, and long-distance runner. His work can be found at JOEL BENJAMIN /COVER + PAGE 80/ Joel has been shooting portraits and editorial work for over 20 years in New England. He has a busy studio in Boston and frequently travels for work. This assignment was special to him because in these times, the doctors…

4 min.
delights abound

Posh velvety couches, cushioned with tactile pillows, beckon from in front of roaring fireplaces. Background music evokes the Jazz Age, with interpretations of Louis Armstrong and Cole Porter standards wafting through the air, while chandeliers adorned with white feathers gently stir overhead. The whole effect at The Joy Nest, the Newburyport restaurant from Caroline Jolliffe, who also owns Brown Sugar by the Sea across the street, evokes a 1920s-era supper club—but one with Asian-inspired street food and gin-forward cocktails, both as beautifully presented as they are delicious. Settle in with one of those cocktails to wash away the world outside. Head bartender Christian Colaiacovo, whose signature vintage three-piece suit, complete with pocket watch and newsboy-style cap, might be familiar to those who frequented Latchkey in Portsmouth, fits right in with the…

3 min.
elevated italian

Like being wrapped up in a cozy pashmina, the experience at Daniella’s Ristorante in Peabody is all about posh comfort. From the thoughtful hospitality to the expert preparation of classic Italian dishes, the intent is to create a familiar yet luxurious escape. The husband and wife team of Daniella and Dan Mammola, who also own Pellana Prime Steakhouse in Peabody and Daniella’s Café & Market in Danvers, opened the ristorante as a companion to the more casual ambiance of the café, mixing the whitetablecloth service of Pellana with their Italian roots. That heritage is on full display at Daniella’s Ristorante, literally. Photos decorate the walls depicting everyone from members of Dan’s family, who ran the well-respected Natalie’s restaurant in Danvers for many years, to Daniella’s grandfather, who was a cook in…