Fifty-four feet of glossy mahogany spans the length of the Irish pub, which is housed inside a remodeled 19th-century building. The mahogany bar complements old maps, steam-powered televisions, and a separate section of dining-room-style seating. Draft and bottled brews and a selection of wines pair with a menu that features bangers and mash, McGuiggan's sirloin steak, and burgers. As evidenced by the online photo gallery's snapshots of bagpipe-squeezing celebrants, McGuiggan's is a lively place that welcomes revelers with a packed schedule of live music and karaoke.
At i Free To Be Hypnosis, certified hypnotist Larry Quemere helps patients to overcome anxiety, habitual behaviors, and other issues through guided hypnosis sessions and personal coaching. He also educates groups in classes on topics that range from public speaking to attracting romance. Smoking cessation and weight-loss hypnosis are two other specialties.
Named for the friendship of restaurateurs Abelardo Gallego, Manuel Vazquez, and Andres Cervantes, according to Wicked Local, Three Amigos crafts a menu of familiar Mexican specialties, each tailored to taste homemade by including fresh, natural ingredients, often from local sources. Seafood dishes abound as morsels of shrimp and scallops take on traditional south-of-the-border spices in the form of chipotle, jalapeño, and poblano peppers. Meanwhile, five styles of enchiladas swim in colorful sauces including the signature mole, which RocklandNews.com calls "punchy" and "genuine" with "plenty of sweet and savory flavors." Ten types of margaritas extinguish mouth fires caused by peppery spices and attempts to install rear molars with mood lighting, and a bevy of Mexican desserts crown meals in sweetness. In the dining room, soft lights illuminate vivid orange walls emblazoned with paintings of cacti, and curtain-lined booths lavish diners with a prime listening space for live music and standup comedy.
Clad in a red cap and a white uniform, Siam First’s Chef Derm traces the surface of ginger root, lemongrass, and a chili pepper, expounding upon their health benefits on TV Diner. Ginger root is good for heartburn, and chili pepper helps digestion, he remarks, before showing his Thai twist on a New England favorite—Maine lobster.
Beneath Siam First’s gabled roof, Chef Derm and his team crank out Thai specialties that mingle local ingredients such as Maine lobster with spices and herbs imported directly from the land of smiles. Below small, hanging lights and glowing wall sconces, tables populate with duck and snapper in thai basil, mango curry, and garlic-ginger sauces. While noshing on dumplings or crab rangoon, guests can peek into Siam's giant aquarium, rife with fish, green plants, and Jacques Cousteau’s long-lost car keys.
Inside Morrell's Country Tavern, plates arrive at tables piled high with fish 'n' chips and grilled sirloin tips marinated in bourbon sauce. After perusing the menu, diners can savor the seasoned bread crumbs on their baked scrod or dip a spoon into a brimming bowl of new england clam chowder.
Since 1939, McMenamy’s Seafood has plumbed the depths of the ocean to assemble its full restaurant menu and stock its carryout fish market with the day’s freshest catches. The comfy, family-owned eatery sports nautical accoutrements along its walls, including a taxidermied fish, an ocean mural, and an imposing pirate flag hung up to signal that gold doubloons are buried deep within your basket of shrimp. A drive-thru window caters to pescetarians on the go, whereas TVs broadcast sports indoors as patrons dig into baked, broiled, or fried seafood.