GOURMET MARKET




Editors' Choice

Town Market Andover

 

bons 2016 dine winner

PHOTOGRAPH ​by Fawn DeViney

Owner Tom Walsh delights in identifying the best of everything, from ice cream to meats and cheeses, and presenting it to shoppers in his Andover flagship—what he hopes will be the first in a chain of community-friendly gathering spots/comestible emporiums. The growing array of artisan farm products, craft beer and wine, locally roasted coffee and loose-leaf tea, not to mention a delicious selection of prepared foods, is a testament to his continuing dedication.

429 South Main St., Andover, 978-409-2328, townmarketandover.com

 

Readers' Choice

Shubie’s

A wide variety of freshly prepared take-and-eat items, from meatloaf to poached salmon is augmented by an extensive cheese case and an array of gourmet goodies at this longtime favorite.

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

 

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