Best American Restaurants in Marblehead

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Best American Restaurants in Marblehead

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Marblehead Restaurants

Casa MiaCasa Mia
272 reviews
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Italian | Marblehead, Boston Suburbs

This is a great hidden treasure!! Owned and operated by a wonderful Italian family. The bartender, we love sitting at the bar is wonderful and always gives the evening a special charming quality. Drinks were great food was amazing and my husbands dessert was also top notch. This is a must try! Can't wait to go back More

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Wick'sWick's
40 reviews
$$$$
American | Marblehead, Boston Suburbs

Group of seven, no issues, food came out timely, was delicious and serving staff very friendly and efficient. Thank you Wicks! More

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Discover Marblehead

When you imagine a charming seaside town in New England, you might be envisioning Marblehead. The winding, narrow streets make for a lovely place to enjoy a delicious meal. The dining options are diverse and offer everything from easygoing diners to elegant, four-star restaurants. Best bet? Find a place serving the best of local cuisine. Nothing beats a lobster roll with ocean-fresh lobster tossed in mayonnaise and served on a split-top bun. Give that baby a squeeze of lemon and you’re done. Or how about a cup of clam chowder followed by a bowl of steamers swimming in broth? If you’re lucky, you can watch the boats bobbing in the harbor as you eat.

Discover Marblehead

When you imagine a charming seaside town in New England, you might be envisioning Marblehead. The winding, narrow streets make for a lovely place to enjoy a delicious meal. The dining options are diverse and offer everything from easygoing diners to elegant, four-star restaurants. Best bet? Find a place serving the best of local cuisine. Nothing beats a lobster roll with ocean-fresh lobster tossed in mayonnaise and served on a split-top bun. Give that baby a squeeze of lemon and you’re done. Or how about a cup of clam chowder followed by a bowl of steamers swimming in broth? If you’re lucky, you can watch the boats bobbing in the harbor as you eat.