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New restaurant opens in Beverly at North Shore Music Theatre

Posted by Caitlin Rung  July 19, 2010 10:04 AM

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On July 20, the newly reopened North Shore Music Theatre will welcome guests to the opening of their theatre-themed Backstage Bistro.

The buffet-style restaurant that NSMT had in operation before its closing was not in new owner Bill Hanney’s plans for the revamped theatre. Hanney reopened NSMT’s doors on July 6 and vowed to take theatre dining in a different direction. Hanney partnered with Serenitee Restaurant Group, which also runs Alchemy and Latitude 43 in Gloucester, Cala’s in Manchester, 15 Walnut in Hamilton and Hale Street in Beverly. 

Backstage Bistro will hold a soft opening on the 20 and a full opening on Aug. 3, which is NSMT’s premeire of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Backstage Bistro offers patrons a la carte or prix fixe menu, desert, and a full-service bar. Diners also have the option of ordering one thing from each menu for $35. 


Patrons to the restaurant will be treated to drinks and tapas after the show, valet parking, and NSMT season ticket holders will have their own reserved table.

Hanney will run the restaurant with the help of Mark McDonough, Jeff Cala and Richard Mann. Derek Clough has been given the position of head chef.

For a full list of menu items, visit http://www.nsmt.org. To make reservations call 978-232-7200.

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