It was November 1, 2017 when we took ownership of Cygnet restaurant in Beverly Farms. Since then, we have had the pleasure of meeting many wonderful patrons and neighbors—the reception could not have been warmer. As the months passed, we listened and heard many stories, opinions and suggestions about the restaurant, and its place in Beverly Farms, both past and present.
In late Spring 2018, we decided to close the restaurant for a complete renovation—both the front of house, and in the kitchen. With this makeover, it was most important to us that we maintained the same warmth and ambience that our patrons have enjoyed for years, and we believe we have achieved this.
At the same time, we agreed that the restaurant was ready for a new name and identity—we chose Dal Máre, which translates to “by the sea” in Italian.
Our executive chef Ian Gallant—who has been with us since early Spring—has updated all of our menus, which include many of the “Classically American” offerings familiar to our patrons, with many tempting new additions including several new beef selections. We are excited to be offering an Italian flair to many of our dishes, with handmade pastas daily by our pasta chef. We’ve expanded our lunch offerings and have created a “bar bites” menu for those who wish to have something less than a full meal.
We are proud to be part of the Beverly community and the new dining experience we have created for you. We welcome you back to our new restaurant and look forward to seeing you soon. Enjoy!
– Marla & Steve Martin
Wonderful revival of an old classic! Renovations bring a more modern look and a cozy atmosphere! Service is friendly and attentive. Food is high quality and prepared perfectly! I am a foodie from Seattle and this place will be my first stop when I come to town.
- Lori K. via Yelp
Newly refurbished and new owners. Elegant with an excellent menu and fantastic service. We ate here right after my youngest son received his first high school report card. Hearing us praising my son, our waitress shared our conversation with the chef who sent my son a free dessert to celebrate. Eating here again about two months later without my son, our waitress remembered my son, his name and how well he had done at school and asked me to say hello. Made us feel so welcome and cared for.
- Suzanne W via Google Review