Shop Local This Holiday Season: Restaurants

Giving gift cards can help support your local dining establishments - and people just like to get them anyhow.

Each week during the holiday season, area Patch websites will take a look at local gift-giving ideas in their respective towns. For this week – restaurant gift cards are more popular than ever, and in Lynnfield, there are numerous options to choose from. For example, consider these:

99: The Ninety-Nine Restaurant on Salem Street has been a popular local destination for some four decades. And according to the company’s website, if you buy $25 in gift cards from them, you receive a $5 bonus card.

LHOP: Right down the street from the Ninety-Nine and just about as well established in town is the . It’s Greek pizza, subs, salads and more.

Fat Cactus: The Mexican restaurant on Route 1 has apparently brought its Sunday brunch back for the winter months, so that’s all the more reason to give a gift card from the . Along wih Sunday brunch, the place is also home to an ultra high-end tequila selection, with some choices that run in the neighborhood of $80 and more per shot.

Ming’s: For those who haven’t been to this Chinese restaurant on Salem Street, is small but serves good food and has generous portions Bali Hai has been around for a long time and has a popular bar.

Christine’s: in Post Office Square opened earlier this fall. Chances are somebody on your shopping list has yet to try this place but has heard good things about it – and that’s just the right combination to look for when giving a gift certificate.



Nikki December 06, 2011 at 09:08 PM
Oh my goodness...I just had one of Christine's cranberry/lemon scones this morning, and I think I am addicted!
getoutthetruth December 08, 2011 at 05:21 AM
Mirrored Image Hair Design at 544 Salem St is selling gift certificates for beauty services or products


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