At Scuppers for Kids, colorful displays of boutique-style clothing beg for attention from customers who include babies, toddlers, tweens, and mothers. Onesies and kimonos that are 100% organic give babies a head start in the fashion world while allowing for easier dressing procedures with cleverly designed side openings and envelope necks. Two-piece tutus, Hatley pajamas, and French terry hoodies properly outfit boys and girls to be the stars of any lavish slumber party. While they’re shopping for little ones, moms and moms-to-be can peruse items tailored specifically to their lifestyles, including stylish, semi-fitted Hatley Anchors Away tees made of comfortable Indian cotton or pregnancy journals, where expectant moms can record their memories, emotions, and reasons for not naming their baby after their husband's favorite interstate. Fairy Tales bath and body products—which feature organic oils and nontoxic ingredients—and a collection of plush toys fill out the stock by adding the finer touches to dynamic family living.
Dedicated to keeping residential and commercial outposts outfitted with handsome, well-made lighting, Shiplights stocks its shelves with lights and hardware that have been featured everywhere from the New York Yacht Club to aboard ships in the Royal Caribbean Cruises' fleet. The store specializes in nautical lighting whose classic design, sturdy construction, and miniature lighthouse keepers transform spaces into sleek, ship-like surrounds. A selection of custom finishes ranging from pewter to satin copper enable patrons to personalize their lighting, and a collection of nautical furniture adds an air of maritime refinement.
Against the rolling whitecaps of Devereux Beach sits Lime Rickey's, a beachfront eatery overlooking the 2,400 sailboats bobbing beside Marblehead's renowned harbor. It's an idyllic vista that encompasses everything lovely about New England's seaside culture, including the food. Lime Rickey's chefs pack ocean-fresh lobster into hearty rolls, fry clams, shrimp, and scallops, and press marinated pork, ham, and cheese into cubano paninis. Cocktails clink to the tune of live musicians, who serenade diners on the wraparound deck and deftly ignore the cries of seagulls shouting for "Freebird."
Landscape Design that integrates form and function. Years of field experience & horticultural knowledge meet spatial and design training. We design landscape elements with a thoughtful approach, creating harmonious relationships between your home, your property, and your landscape.
Anthony Conelisee, Hungry Betty’s executive chef, comes from a tradition of restaurateurs: his family has opened several restaurants on the Cape. He himself honed his cooking skills overseas, learning from some of the top chefs of Ireland and Italy and running a London bar in the early 2000s. Today, he brings that experience to bear in crafting Hungry Betty’s new menu of bar-and-grill fare with fine dining twists—one of the changes to come along with the restaurant’s recent change in ownership. Alongside classics such as meat loaf and fish and chips you’ll find more creative offerings such as seared scallops served with mushroom ravioli and egg rolls stuffed with shaved steak and salami.
The restaurant has a fun, family-friendly vibe. Kids (11 or younger) eat free on Tuesdays, and the décor is open and casual with five TVs and a well of windows looking out from the second level of the Village Plaza. You can check out Hungry Betty’s event calendar to see what’s going on each day, but some ongoing events include Wednesday trivia, Friday night karaoke, and live music on Saturdays.
Christine Lucas, owner of Complete Mind and Body, knows that a fulfilling diet doesn’t just eliminate pounds. It also acts as a springboard to healthy life choices that lead to greater happiness. Her approach to nutrition begins with detailed client consultations to determine their unique nutritional needs; after all, she writes, “one person’s food is another person’s poison.” Lucas also looks at what she calls the “primary foods”: her clients’ stress level, career fulfillment, and whether their exercise regimen ends at bench-pressing spoonsful of ice cream.
Lucas brings enthusiasm and empathy to her practice because she’s tackled health issues in her own life. After a car accident years ago, doctors told Lucas she’d have to give up her active lifestyle due to a back injury and her weight. Undeterred, Lucas lost 40 pounds. Her discipline and dedication to holistic health helped her to reclaim the life she wanted, and she applies these lessons to her present-day clients.