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By no means a dry town. Bars everywhere.
Not terribly exciting, sort of grungy and rough
In a nutshell
Beverly isnt famous for nuts.
The Boston Commuter Rail network is run by the same folks who run the "T". There are five train stops in Beverly: Beverly Depot, Montserrat, Pride's Crossing, Beverly Farms, and North Beverly, all on the Newburyport/Rockport line.
Check out the web site for station locations and for schedules.
Written Apr 24, 2005
Casa de Moda is full of fun clothes, accessories, jewelry, novelty gifts, sunglasses, candles, greeting cards....you get the drift. Most of the stuff is really nice with not a lot of useless items, so there's plenty to look at. We spent a good amount of time in here - it's a good sized place - and we both bought things. I just got a fun seashell ring and some incense but Barbie boughts more, including a fabulous hot pink bag.
And they don't even seem to mind when you put some of their "quirkier" items on and ask them to take your picture...
Updated Jul 23, 2006
Address: 272 Cabot Street
Phone: (978) 922-8100
If you're not a local, the areas you want to avoid are Bennett Street, Mill Street, Grant Street, Simon Street, and Gage Street. Also, the "designated" housing projects are located on Story Ave, Hilltop Drive (across from the college) and Courtney Drive. Everywhere else is pretty much OK.
Written Feb 16, 2003
ALL THE LITTLE SIDE STREETS HAVE SOME TYPE OF SHOPS AND STORES YOU CAN VISIT. YOU CAN BUY FRESH LIVE L0BSTERS OR COOKED ONES AT THE CAFE NEXT DOOR..IF YOUR A SHUSI FAN LIKE I AM TRY 'KAME' ON CABOT STREET FOR THE FINEST IN THE EAST. ASK FOR BO...
Updated Oct 4, 2002
Favorite thing: WALK THE WATERFRONT TRAIL...
Fondest memory: WARM SPRING DAYS ON THE WHARFS,WATCHING THE FISHERMEN WORK AND OFFLOAD THERE CATCH. IF YOU WANT REALY FRESH SEA FOOD BUT SOME OF THE BOAT. IT'S ALOT CHEAPER THAN AT THE STORES.
Written Oct 4, 2002