Best American Restaurants in Danvers

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Best American Restaurants in Danvers

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Danvers Restaurants

The Berry TavernThe Berry Tavern
164 reviews
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Italian | Danvers, Boston Suburbs

Our party went on a Tuesday evening and the restaurant and bar were active and a little noisy. The food was very good and the portions are very (perhaps too) large. Our server was efficient and attentive but not overbearing, and we never felt rushed. More

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TGI FRIDAYS - DanversTGI FRIDAYS - Danvers
21 reviews
$$$$
American | Danvers, Boston Suburbs

Their two three course meals for $20. can’t be beat. Ample portions, delicious. More

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Discover Danvers

The small New England city of Danvers pairs early American history with a wide-open woodsy appeal and excellent choices for traditional and contemporary dining. Danvers acknowledges its 18th century roots with old fashioned pubs and homey American eateries serving pork chops and bread pudding. Other offerings are deliciously contemporary. Many of the steakhouses have modernized with high-end small plate menus and fresh slants on the popular traditional surf 'n turf dish. Of course, seafood shines all by itself in multiple incarnations from crab cakes and warm lobster rolls to environmentally conscious fish dishes and tasty Thai fusion. Today's Danvers features international foods as well with an array of Italian, Chinese and Japanese eateries.

Discover Danvers

The small New England city of Danvers pairs early American history with a wide-open woodsy appeal and excellent choices for traditional and contemporary dining. Danvers acknowledges its 18th century roots with old fashioned pubs and homey American eateries serving pork chops and bread pudding. Other offerings are deliciously contemporary. Many of the steakhouses have modernized with high-end small plate menus and fresh slants on the popular traditional surf 'n turf dish. Of course, seafood shines all by itself in multiple incarnations from crab cakes and warm lobster rolls to environmentally conscious fish dishes and tasty Thai fusion. Today's Danvers features international foods as well with an array of Italian, Chinese and Japanese eateries.