The Healing Center
Beverly Public Library
North Shore Acupuncture and Natural Medicine
Studios at Porter Mill
Porter Mill is home to fifty ceramicists, jewelers, musicians, painters, printmakers, photographers and more. The gallery hosts monthly rotating exhibits featuring the work of Porter Mill artists as well as artists from the community.
John’s Bar and Grill
Cheese, Please! Food Truck
Atypical Yoga Studio
Sterling Insurance Agency, Inc.
Atomic Cafe Coffee Roasters
We are all about coffee, food and culture! Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, beer and wine.
Harborlight Nursery School
A New Leaf
Family-run business offering supplements, herbs, organic food, eco-friendly skin care products.
A & B Burgers
Burger joint and gastropub with small plates, salads, meat/fish/pasta menu and a tequila bar.
Crave Café and Bakery
Coffee and espresso, teas, cupcakes, croissants, breakfast sandwiches, cookies and macarons.
Nancis Int’l Jewellery Memory Lamps
The Organic Rainbow
Beverly Bootstraps Thrift Shop
High-quality, new and gently used clothing and home goods sold at bargain prices.
The Castle: A Board Game Cafe
Great food, friends and atmosphere plus an enormous library of tabletop games to play.
Curated goods and gifts for the home.
Beckah’s Bangin’ Butter
Artful Life Counseling Center
The Artful Life Counseling Center and Studio is a safe and playful space for wellness, healing and self-discovery through the Expressive Arts Therapies. We offer individual, family and group counseling services for adults, adolescents and children ages 3 and up. We also offer arts & wellness groups, workshops and community outreach.
The Cabot Performing Arts Center
Intimate and memorable concert experience, for both artist and audience. We show films, too!
The Larcom Theatre
Lovingly restored 560-seat theatre built in 1912 offering both stage and screen entertainment.
The Indo Pub
At The Indo you can always expect great service and a well-curated beer and cocktail menu while enjoying some delicious and fresh pub fare.
Law Office of Julie Low
Decorative objects brought back from Asia by Beverly merchants; the papers of William Bartlett, George Washington’s naval agent; paintings by artists such as Gilbert Stuart, James Frothingham, Frank Benson, Luke Prince, Frederick Coffay Yohn and more than 500,000 images in various formats, such as prints, negatives, glass negatives, daguerreotypes, and film of people, places and events related to Beverly and the region are among the treasures held by the Beverly Historical Society.
Mingo Gallery and Custom Framing
The Cabot Lodge
Coastal Windows and Exteriors
Aligned for Life Chiropractic