Northshore Magazine (Digital)

Northshore Magazine (Digital) September 2020

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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País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
RMS Media Group, Inc.
Periodicidad:
Monthly
5,25 €(IVA inc.)
8,76 €(IVA inc.)
10 Números

en este número

2 min.
love thy neighborhood

As we move into the crisp days of autumn, we continue to be tasked with staying local as much as possible. Embracing our immediate community has become imperative during the pandemic. Ordering books from the local book shop, grabbing coffee to go from the coffee bar down the street, and ordering takeout from a neighborhood eatery all help our towns and cities’ economies. Bottom line: Supporting independent shops and restaurants located where we live will help sustain our neighborhoods for the long run. Equally important to supporting the local economy is reaching out to our neighbors who may be more vulnerable to COVID-19 and have to stay indoors. The simple gesture of offering to pick up groceries or just stopping by for a socially distanced visit can mean a world of…

3 min.
letters to the editor

Hi Nancy, Hope all is well. Thank you for featuring me in the BONS issue for donating flowers through the pandemic. It was very sweet of you to remember and write about it as well! I look forward to reading all about last year’s dahlia event. It was such a wonderful evening and the dahlias stole the show. All the best, Sandra Sigman, Les Fleurs Hi Nancy, We were notified about our BONS Editors’ Choice win and we just want to thank you so very much! This year, more than ever, we are honored and motivated by this award because the challenges of COVID-19 have really brought our industry to a screeching halt. I know that we are all hoping and praying for a chance to return to “normalcy” (or a new normal) and this…

1 min.
northshoremag.com

01 WHERE TO EAT Looking for a spot for a great curbside takeout? Let us give you some suggestions. nshoremag.com/Dining-Guide/ 02 WHAT TO DO Check out some great hikes and scenic spots on the North Shore. nshoremag.com 03 WHERE TO SHOP Check out the best places to find the latest fall fashions and accessories. nshoremag.com/Fab-Finds/ 03 2020 BONS WEDDING VOTING IS OPEN! Vote for your favorite bridal boutique, wedding cake, photographer, jeweler, venue, and more! Voting ends October 15! Visit nshoremag.com/bons-wedding-2020/ 04 September 15 • 1 p.m. Shotgun start • 6 p.m. Deck Party September 15 • 1 p.m. Shotgun start • 6 p.m. Deck Party Northshore magazine’s charity golf tournament to benefit Ferncroft’s Junior Golf Scholorship program brings the North Shore together for a unique golfing experience that encompasses the best of the North Shore—fine food, great brews, top cigar brands, and incredible networking—at…

1 min.
contributors

GLENN SCOTT / PAGE 46 / 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 glennscottphotography.com JEANNE O’BRIEN COFFEY / PAGES 20 / Jeanne O’Brien Coffey has been freelancing for more than 10 years, covering everything from hot New York restaurants for the Zagat guide to top luxury travel spots for ForbesLife. She is Northshore magazine’s food editor and travels the region test-tasting chefs’ newest dishes. DOUG LEVY / PAGES 98 / Doug Levy is a former Minor League Baseball umpire who turned to a career in photography. Levy’s photography work has taken him on helicopters over Boston, and…

3 min.
local focus

Want to forget about everything for a few hours? Book a table at 1606 Restaurant & Bar and order The New Normal. This spin on an Aperol Spritz introduces house-made roasted peach puree to the classic mix of Aperol, sparkling wine, and club soda, adding a kiss of late summer. It’s a little vacation in a glass. And an evening at 1606 Restaurant & Bar is a little vacation over a meal. The views of Gloucester Harbor are restful and idyllic, the staff is carefully trained to make sure guests feel both safe and pampered, and executive chef John Welch’s new menu puts the focus on all the best things about New England dining. The Maine native brings more than 20 years’ experience in restaurants around the country but is happy to…

3 min.
well-curated libations

Silver linings are our saving graces these days, and Seaview Farm and Farm Store, with the new addition of passionately curated fine wine and local craft beer, is one such discovery. Seaview Farm sits at the corner of South Street and Lanes Farm Way, less than a mile out of Rockport village. Regina and Ken Lane are the seventh-generation proprietors of the farm, having taken over operations from Ken’s grandfather in late 2008, and they have been working hard to keep tradition and the family legacy alive ever since. It is a full-time working farm with a setting both busy and tranquil, and rich of scent. Down-to-earth and as lovely as any couple you could meet, the Lanes are deeply committed to the community. Regina runs the farm store, which is attached…