Serving up delicious fresh baked specialties, made to order CREPES, SANDWICHES, handmade soups, and daily CREATIVE TREATS. 

The Noshery opened in 2014 and is located in historic downtown Amesbury. The interior, designed by local artists and Noshery co-owner/chefs Jon Mooers and Virginia Fox, reflects the history of the surrounding area while also paying tribute to the European origin of their signature crepes. Sit and watch the world go by in picturesque Market Square, or watch the art of cooking as it occurs in the open-kitchen. Beer, wine, and speciality drinks are always available. The Noshery features live music on Thursday and Friday nights. 

The restaurant has a sophisticated look, and pays homage to Amesbury’s hat manufacturing history. Old-fashioned hats — bowlers, derbys, and boaters — are perched on the bar and dangle from coat hangers. Black-and-white portraits of men and women wearing vintage hats hang on the walls, and low-hanging lights are cut in the shapes of top hats.
— Boston Globe



11 Elm St
Amesbury, MA, 01913



Saturday 8a–3p
Sunday 8a–2p

closed weekdays