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Five Things to Know About The Beverly Depot
The distinct rumble of a passing train can be heard while you dine at The Beverly Depot, which occupies a historic, working train station that was built in the late 1890s. The restaurant opened in 1971, but the station still acts as the Beverly stop on the Boston and Maine Railroad. Here are some more things to know about The Beverly Depot beyond its unique envrions:
The beef is prepared with a great deal of care. In fact, it’s aged for 28 days in a humidity- and temperature-controlled environment.
There’s an on-site butcher’s shop. Here, chefs trim every steak to strict standards, resulting in tender, leaner, and tastier cuts.
They don’t just make their own steaks in-house. They also freshly prepare sauces and salad dressings from scratch.
Fresh fish is delivered to the restaurant daily. From every shipment, chefs prepare the likes of crab-stuffed haddock and grilled swordfish.
Don’t miss the deep-fried ice cream. It’s the Depot’s signature dessert, and it’s served with a homemade caramel rum sauce.