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September 2017, Salem
This 44-room boutique hotel is located on Salem’s bustling Essex Street. Housed in a former department store space, the property has been outfitted in mid-century modern décor with vintage retail-inspired touches that hint at its stylish past.
An onsite restaurant, called Counter, which features a first floor main dining room, as well as rooftop bar and underground event facilities.
Spring 2018, Salem
East Regiment Brewing Company’s space is located at 30 Church Street in Salem, and salutes the historical military organization in the area. The brewery has a tasting room, outdoor seating, and basement brewing area.
August 2017, Amesbury
Founded by father-and-son duo Paul and Stevie Bareford, BareWolf does 80% of its business via retail sales, but expects more of an even split between retail and in-house sales. Their lineup of beers includes a Belgian ale, brown ale, pale ale, and more, per the website.
September 2017, Amesbury
Brewery Silvaticus is located in the Carriage Mills complex in downtown Amesbury, and features a taproom which serves full pints, plus crowlers to go, and has an outdoor beer garden on the Powwow River.
September 2017, Ipswich
True North founder Gary Rogers says he and his team boast a 1,700-square-foot taproom in which people can enjoy libations all year round.
July 2017, Lynn
District 45, located at 45 Lewis St. is a neighborhood spot. The restaurant’s executive chef, Corey O’Shea, is originally from Lynn and focuses on sourcing local ingredients— serving dishes such as squash carpaccio, pan-seared cod, crispy skin salmon, and blueberry-braised short ribs. Dessert includes a classic local product, Fluff: There’s a fried Fluffernutter sandwich, topped with a Nutella drizzle. Inside, the restaurant has a 36-foot mural on display from local artist Marcus Sebastiano. The image incorporates historical elements of Lynn, including the railroad, Fluff factory, and more.
January – December 2018, Salem
In 1668, merchant and ship-owner John Turner built a house on Salem Harbor that was destined to become one of America’s most beloved historic homes. Designated a National Historic Landmark District in 2007, The House of the Seven Gables is best known today as the setting of world-renowned American author Nathaniel Hawthorne’s 1851 novel.
In honor of its 350th anniversary, The House of Seven Gables will be running special programming throughout 2018 to feature its many historical and cultural contributions.
GREATER MERRIMACK VALLEY
Archer Hotel Burlington
Winter 2018, Burlington
Slated to open in early 2018, Archer will be calling 3rd Ave home. Archer is a natural fit for this fashionable, and wonderfully walkable, neighborhood town center. With distinctive dining, unique shops and the region’s exclusive and beloved Wegman’s all within walking distance, the Archer is in an excellent location. Designed to showcase a signature industrial chic style that’s brimming with curated local touches, Archer’s 4-story boutique hotel greets guests with refined design, 147 luxe guest rooms and suites, thoughtful amenities, a lively cocktail bar and patio – and sincere service always.
Rooms: 147 rooms
Louisa May Alcott’s 150th Anniversary of Little Women
February – December 2018, Concord
The Orchard House in Concord, Massachusetts will be celebrating the 150th anniversary of the publishing of Little Women with a special programming designed to connect visitors and Louisa May Alcott enthusiasts with the life and times of the Alcott family, events include:
In addition to these anniversary programs, Orchard House has been working with the BBC Masterpiece/PBS Little Women miniseries which airs in May 2018.