Shubie’s Marketplace

Photo by Briana Holland

It’s hard to know where to begin at Shubie’s. Chef Kate Hammond, formerly of The Grapevine in Salem, jam-packs the case along the back wall with crave-worthy tastes, from poached salmon with Greek yogurt cucumber dill dipping sauce to chili-lime-rubbed pork tenderloin. Not to mention comfort staples like meatloaf and popular favorites like crispy lemon chicken, sure to elevate any meal. Following the trends, Shubie’s has added a slate of vegetarian and vegan options, like the Green Machine, a sandwich piled with homemade edamame-wasabi hummus, haricot verts, pea shoots, tomato, avocado, and optional provolone cheese, as well as Quinoa/Brown Rice Salad with carrots, kale, mushrooms, broccoli, and tahini. Can’t get enough of their food? Shubie’s offers cooking classes so you can recreate some favorite dishes at home.

16 Atlantic Ave., Marblehead, 781-631-0149,



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