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American Barbecue

We're proud and delighted to serve you are "Genuine Wood Smoked BBQ" prepared in the true Southern tradition, along with the hospitality that will make you feel "this is your home away from home"...

 

Whether you're looking for the best mail order coffee to brew at home, a top-notch cafe in the Boston area, or a wholesale provider for your restaurant, cafe, or office, you've come to the right...

 
Balch House

Every day, thousands of people unknowingly pass by this incredible piece of American history.

 
Beverly Harbor

View Beverly Harbor, known for the armed schooner Hannah, a ship from Marblehead, that was the first vessel of the US military. The Hannah sailed from Beverly Harbor on September 5, 1775.

 
Beverly Public Library

The Beverly Room contains local history, books by and about Beverly people and places, genealogy, Essex County and Massachusetts history, and Beverly government documents.

 
Beverly's Hospital Point Light Station (1872)

One of Beverly's most familiar landmarks, this lighthouse commands a spectacular view of Salem Sound, and 3 other lighthouses.

 
Bookshop of Beverly Farms

Whether you are looking for just the right gift for a family member or friend (wrapped for free), a place to while away a little free time on a gray afternoon, or a cozy atmosphere in which to...

 
Fish Flake Hill Historical District

Fish Flake Hill, the area overlooking the Beverly Harbor, is the oldest part of Beverly. The first settlers, led by Roger Conant, came over to "Cape An Syde" from Salem in 1626.

 
photo - Food Project at Long Hill

The Food Project aims to bring together youth and adults from diverse backgrounds to work to build a sustainable food system.

 
photo - Gold Coast

Along coastal Route 127, the communities of Beverly and Manchester-by-the-Sea form what became known as "The Gold Coast" in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when wealthy elites from Boston...

 

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