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The Hurricane
259 Washington St, Marblehead, MA 01945
While people of all ages frequent The Hurricane, it's especially popular with locals in their 20s and 30s who come hereMore to hang out and have a great time. Appropriately named, The Hurricane is a whirlwind of food, fun and good drink served up by a friendly staff. Patrons can order large, mouth-watering burgers and gut-busting portions of "Lobster Mac," or a number of Mexican and American comfort foods. The bar has an impressive list of wines and beers, both imported and domestic, as well as the signature Hurricane drinks. For sports fans, there are several TVs showing popular events and game day specials.
Marblehead Cafe & Chowder Company
10 Bessom St, Marblehead, MA 01945

Marblehead native Susan Brewer opened the Marblehead Cafe & Chower Company in 2007. With a lifelong love of foodMore and travel, she says, "This is just something I've always wanted to do." The menu reflects those sentiments with an amazing variety of options, each a wonder in its own right. There are sumptuous soups and chowders made fresh on the premises, low-cal dinner options and a healthy turkey chili that doesn't cut corners on taste. And, for vegetarians, there's always something available, such as edamame hummus.

Its mission is to create and produce delicious food and original chowders and soups using the freshest, most natural and wholesome ingredients. Beautiful art from local artists is often on display, as well.

Kids Are Cooking - Marblehead
35 Washington St, Marblehead, MA 01945
Kids are Cooking is a specialty school that offers cooking classes and hosts birthday parties for children fromMore 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
Friends of Marblehead's Abandoned Animals
44 Village St, Marblehead, MA 01945
This nonprofit shelter allows people to adopt cats and dogs. Since 1993, Friends of Marblehead's Abandoned Animals hasMore been run by volunteers who provide food, shelter, medical care and homes to the dozens of animals abandoned and brought to the Marblehead Animal Shelter each year. This is a no-kill shelter. Expenses are paid for by donations.
Crosby's Market
118 Washington St, Marblehead, MA 01945
Crosby's Market has all of the amenities of a grocery superstore. Exclusive to Massachusetts, this store carries anMore expansive grocery selection as well as prepared foods, fresh seafood, on-site bakery, beer and wine. Also find a florist, DVD rental kiosk, and can and bottle return center on the second level.
Hungry Bettys Bar & Grille
161 Pleasant St, Marblehead, MA 01945
Hungry Bettys Bar & Grille offers Marblehead residents a casual, relaxed dining experience in a friendly atmosphere.More The restaurant specializes in casual American cuisine and offers a variety of comfort foods and a wide beer selection.
Becky's Gourmet
10 Bessom St, Marblehead, MA 01945
Located in Village Plaza, Becky's Gourmet sells a selection of fresh produce, baked goods, flowers and cheeses. It alsoMore offers sandwiches and such prepared dishes such as beef bourguignon, chicken parmesan, shepherd’s pie, turkey meatloaf, chicken broccoli and ziti and more. Specialty foods, including gluten-free pizza and brownies, are also available.
Fruit of The Four Seasons
34 Atlantic Ave, Marblehead, MA 01945
Fruit of the Four Seasons has been providing Marblehead residents with a wide variety of locally grown and producedMore foods since 1969. While the produce is brought in from all over the world, the meat and poultry sold here are from Danvers Butchery. An array of specialty and gourmet items are also available.
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