Kids Are Cooking - Marblehead 35 Washington St, Marblehead, MA01945 Kids are Cooking is a specialty school that offers cooking classes and hosts birthday parties for children from…More pre-school age into their teens. At the beginning of each class, children prepare a fresh fruit smoothie to give them energy; classes teach children about proper kitchen safety and food handling, how to follow a recipe, measuring ingredients, nutrition facts, food options, boiling, baking and more. Birthday parties at Kids Are Cooking can include a theme, such as Mexican, pizza, pasta, brunch and dessert, and party guests participate in basic cooking and cupcake decorating. Classes are at the Old North Church Kitchen/Parish Hall
Tony's Pizza & Restaurant 1 School St, Marblehead, MA01945 Tony Brogna is a friendly, local, class act with a charming Italian accent. Brogna has been cooking his own pizza dough…More and making sauce, cutlets, meatballs, soups, lasagna and more since 1985. His restaurant is in the heart of downtown Marblehead. Specialties include homemade cheese lasagna and eggplant Parmesan.
Marblehead Community Store Inc 214 Beacon St, Marblehead, MA01945 Whether you are cooking dinner from scratch, firing up the grill, stocking up for a party or just in dire need of…More allergy relief, Marblehead Community Store can meet most of your grocery and household needs. Long aisles sport shelves stocked with everything from soup to nuts, and it even has a butchery in the store.
Sundance Pre-School and Learning Center provides pre-school services to North Shore children. It also offers…More developmental curriculum for toddlers to six year olds. From nature walks and cooking, to science and "arts and crafts," Sundance aims give children a love of learning at their earliest exposure to a school and social environment.
There's even a "dinner and movie nights" that helps parents to get out for the night while their children are in a positive, structured environment.
It doesn't get much fresher than catching it yourself, and that is exactly what Jay Sahagian, owner of The Barnacle…More restaurant, does. Serving townies and tourists since 1961, the restaurant is known throughout Marblehead as the longest running, family-owned business. It is also the only restaurant in town that has it's own lobster boats, which can only mean one thing—mouth-watering lobster rolls—fresh, not frozen.
The "twin lobster special" every Wednesday night, award-winning mussels steamed in a proprietary seasoning, sizzling steaks cooked to order, a small, Cheers-like friendly pub, rumored to serve a mighty stiff drink and a deck-side ocean view "to die for" explains why it has such a loyal following.