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Cape Ann has a wealth of restaurants from which to choose, and we love our favorites passionately. Occasionally though we enjoy trying new places off Cape. One of my husbands’s oldest and nicest friends, Bob Vallis, has opened a fabulous pub in downtown Ipswich. Located at the former Zabaglione address, The Brown Dog serves the best of wonderfully fresh and hearty American cuisine/comfort food within a casually inviting and cozy atmosphere.
Gloucester residents may recall that Bob formerly owned the Blackburn Tavern. Chef Doug Papaws, also from Gloucester, is working his magic in the kitchen. I had without a doubt the best fried oysters I have ever had in my life. They tasted on the inside as sweetly plump and succulent as freshly shucked oysters, but with a light touch of deeply golden fried crusty deliciousness on the outside. Tom tried the chili and baked chicken, also both stellar, and…
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Pier 23 Kitchen is looking to add cooks, dishwashers, servers and food runners to its team. Pier 23 Kitchen is open year round and has opportunities as they continue to grow. Full time and part time available. Weekends and night availability will be given priority. Come grow with Cape Ann’s newest and best restaurant! Please email us at email@example.com or inquire within at 23 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA.
Nicholas & Dimitrios Markos
Pier 23 Kitchen
23 East Main Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
Pier 23 is looking to expand their team and adding staff to their kitchen. Grill, fry, breakfast, lunch/dinner experience preferred. Compensation based on experience.
4 cellar selections paired with a 4 course dinner prepared by our chef Ryan McGovern… the evening will feature a presentation of the wine by Andrew Ehrlich aka “The Wine Bear” of Wine-Cask Imports!
“Force” yourself to have some fun. Be easy to fold into an evening filled with festive shopping, drinks and tastings, or shake off some of your family, maybe plan for a rematch on Men’s night…
Besides tasty treats at all the shops, participating nosh eateries include: Caffee Sicilia, Cafe Brew & Spirits, Cape Ann Brewing, Gloucester House, Happy Belly, Franklin, Jalapenos, Jim’s, Passports, Pilot House, Thai Choice, Tonno, Topside, Virgilios
Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 7:30PM Gloucester featured on WCVB Channel 5 Chronicle
Thursday December 7, 2017 downtownGloucester Annual Ladies Night(5-10PM), Star Wars Trivia at Happy Belly and other downtown restaurant specials
Friday December 8, 2017 HARBOR VOICES
December 12, 2017 Temple Ahavat Achim Lobster Pot Menorah
December 14, 2017
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Scallop Crudo –
House Made Pasta-
YMCA teens help host & work the fundraiser
“All set here,” Cameron checking in on the booths
photos: teens help the annual fundraiser run smoothly (click on photos to enlarge and see captions)
Who Brought the Magic for a great cause?
I don’t think that there are many individual YMCA or towns that could pull this fundraiser off so well. They don’t have Rick Doucette and the rest of the great staff in Gloucester or such a ridiculous abundance of local foodie establishments and culture. Here’s a list of Gloucester, Cape Ann and North Shore great eats and drinks establishments that participated this year:
1606 Restaurant, Beauport Hotel, Gloucester; Azorean Restaurant, Gloucester; Cake Ann, Gloucester; Cape Ann Brewing Company, Gloucester; Cape Ann Foodie Tours, Gloucester; Captain Carlos, Gloucester; Classic Cooks Catering, Gloucester; Feather & Wedge, Rockport; Ipswich Ale Brewery; Italiano Restaurant & Bar, Gloucester; Jalapeno’s
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