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Witches Brew Cafe
156 Derby St, Salem, MA 01970
Just steps from Salem Harbor and Pickering Wharf, the Witches Brew Cafe serves up steaks, sandwiches, seafood, burgersMore and has a full bar. Its specialties are the Witches Brew steak and the Witches Brew chicken, both served on French bread, fresh steamed vegetables and smothered in sizzling garlic butter. The restaurant offers brunch on Sundays.
Mandee's Pizza
408 Essex St, Salem, MA 01970
Mandee's, which has been open over 40 years, offers pizza, calzones, subs and even bread sticks buffalo wings. TheMore business has been awarded for its pizza. Eat in, take out or get delivery. Catering is also available.
A&J King Artisan Bakers
48 Central St, Salem, MA 01970
Awarded Best Bakery by Boston Magazine in 2009, A&J King Artisan Bakers' atmosphere is awe-inspiring.More Customers will feel as if they have won the golden ticket when they walk inside. The aroma is delightful and the pastries and breads are visually pleasing and delicious. A&J King Artisan Bakers has an extensive menu, good for breakfast, lunch and even dinner. For a full menu, visit the website. 
Cafe Valverde Coffee Roasters
196 Essex St, Salem, MA 01970
Cafe Valverde Coffee Roasters has been providing artisan-roasted small-batch Bolivian organic coffee since 2004, andMore they've been serving Salem since 2010. Owners Nelson and Eleni Valverde buy their coffee beans directly from farmers in Bolivia and other coffee-producing countries, and they ensure the coffee beans are certified Fair Trade. The Salem shop fresh roasts its coffee every day, offering a variety of hot, iced, and expresso drinks. Among the most popular are the Maya Spiced Mocha and Chai Latte. Cafe Valverde also sells croissants, quiches, tea breads, wraps, Taza chocolate, loose-leaf teas and more.  Free Wi-Fi and outdoor seating are also available.
Amelia Payson House
16 Winter St, Salem, MA 01970

Amelia Payson House, a pristine bed & breakfast, was originally built in 1845, but has been at its currentMore location on Winter Street since the early 1980s. It is one of Salem's finest examples of Greek Revival architecture. It has been elegantly restored and beautifully decorated; each room furnished with period antiques that will bring guests back in time.

Guests enjoy a continental breakfast consisting of fresh fruit and home baked breads served family-style at the inn's beautiful dining room table. The bed & breakfast's hosts often take the opportunity to share with guests interesting information about the historic city.

 All rooms include free wi-fi, cable tv and air conditioning.