SALEM – Last year, when Finz Seafood and Grill owner George Carey opened his second restaurant on Wharf Street on Pickering Wharf, he was a hop, skip and a jump away. The two-floor, waterfront eatery, called Sea Level Oyster Bar, is within eyeshot of Finz on Wharf Street.
Table of Contents October is by far the most popular time to visit Salem as the city’s witch theme gets even more amplified than usual around Halloween, but if that’s not your idea of fun, the city is lovely and much less crowded the rest of the year.
In honor of Eater’s first-ever Sweets Week , Eater Boston asked pastry chefs from local restaurants to rave about their favorite local desserts (not their own). Read on to see their quick-service top picks – croissants, cookies, cakes, and so much more – from some of the best bakeries and cafes in town.
WHO’S IN CHARGE Chef Zamir Kociaj, 43, and his brother Andi, 35, own and operate Firenze Trattoria, a tiny three-year-old restaurant in the heart of Salem. The brothers, as charismatic and knowledgeable as Food Network hosts, were boys when their family moved to Florence, the heart of Tuscany, from Tirana, the Albanian capital.
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