5 Corners Kitchen
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“My style is whatever’s good, whatever’s fresh, and whatever’s local. I want 5 Corners Kitchen to be a place where people are happy, enjoy themselves, and eat well.” -Chef Barry Edelman
Delicious French bistro-inspired cuisine - inventive cocktails and fine wines. From an affordable bistro burger and frites to savory mussels, you will love it.
As good as anything you can find in the state. Hands down the best restaurant in the North Shore. It never disappoints. French bistro fare, including house-made charcuterie, in a mod space with marble bar & large windows.
Great french restaurant and bar scene. Right at the end of the street. Go early, bar fills up.
This amazing dinner spot is a 2 minute walk from the Hideaway House and boasts some of the best food and drink in Marblehead. Get there at 5pm for cocktails at the bar or make reservations for a romantic date or fun family dinner. Get the steak frites, coconut cream sole, or the panzanella!…
This is the place you go to celebrate a Birthday, Anniversary or special occasion. The food and drinks are excellent $$$. Reservations are recommended. It fills up fast on the weekends.
“Lovely walk and great views! Dog friendly walking trail with some historical information to read about the fort and the war of 1812.”
“Great hole in the wall seafood restaurant, lobster and fried fish, historical building from the 1700's, (try and fit in the bathroom door) dining on the oceanfront deck, 10 min walk.”
“Abbot Hall, an iconic and stately Romanesque brick edifice, is the town hall located at 188 Washington Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts. In addition to town offices for the Selectmen, the Town clerk and the Historical Commission, the building contains the highly popular Spirit of 76 painting, the original 1684 Town Deed, a Maritime Museum, Sign Museum, numerous displays and artwork related to the Town, and a Gift Shop. It is open year-round, including weekends during the tourist season – Memorial Day through Columbus Day. ”
“Check the tides and make sure to hit it during low tide. There is a little hiking path that goes in it, a grassy area to sit and even a swing in the tree to enjoy. It is dog friendly too!”