Since 1958, George's Bakery has stocked everything necessary for a Mediterranean dinner party or an authentic Wednesday night. Crowding the shelves are specialty spices, fresh pita breads, olives, and all kinds of imported canned goods. Along with baklava and other pastries, the store sells hookahs and the flavored tobacco they need to survive.
Housed within the antiquated Amos Blanchard House and Barn Museum, the Andover Historical Society preserves artifacts and archival records from Andover’s storied 350-year history. Within the more-than-100-year-old building, visitors can experience what it was like to live as a middle-class family in the early 19th century or peruse the vast library archives. The society also hosts events within the community, including the seasonal Tree Time display and lectures on the town’s history.
Childhood friends Justin Rosberg and Jason Parent own shops in locations from Maine to California. Each branch of The Meat House, though, is nestled into its respective community and filled with local ingredients. As Justin told FOX Business, "we try to source as many products as we can from within a 100- to 200-mile radius."
The display cases brim with marbled cuts of Prime and dry-aged beef as well as chicken breasts in lemon-pepper or sun-dried tomato marinades. When available, the butchers also slice cuts of venison, alligator, or boar. The Meat House's prepackaged rubs and marinades fill the air with the aromas of garlic, peppercorns, hickory, and molasses like exam time at Scratch-and-Sniff Sticker College.
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Since 1956, visitors to Elia's Country Store have enjoyed the shop's cozy, country feel along with a butchery of pre- and custom-cut meats, natural beef steaks, platters, and ready-made meals. Behind the counter, pork, sausage, choice beef, and Brandt all-natural beef offerings such as the bone-in rib-eye cowboy steak ($9.99/lb.) carouse with marinated chicken breast ($3.99/lb.), creating a delectable party that mouths beg for invitations to. Thinly sliced delectables splay across party platters laden with more than 10 savory cold-cut favorites such as roast beef, capicola, and a variety of cheeses ($2.75/person). Consult the meat masters about a custom cut of boneless sirloin or pork loin, or ready dinner plates for a landing of barbecue-marinated chicken wings. Stomachs racing the clock can sprint by Elia's ready-to-cook items to place stuffed portabella mushrooms into home-oven bull's-eyes in record time.