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(New page: Palmers Restaurant and Tavern was opened by owner/chef John Palmer Ingalls in 1995 at 18 Elm Street. The restaurant originally opened in Swampscott in 1988 before moving to Andover. Inga...)
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Palmers Restaurant and Tavern was opened by owner/chef John Palmer Ingalls in 1995 at 18 Elm Street. The restaurant originally opened in Swampscott in 1988 before moving to Andover. Ingalls is opening a second restaurant in Marblehead (summer 2013).
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Palmers Restaurant and Tavern, 18 Elm Street, was opened by owner/chef John Palmer Ingalls. Ingalls first opened Palmers in Swampscott in 1988, but moved to Andover in 1995. Ingalls is opening a second restaurant in Marblehead (summer 2013).
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The Andover building used to be a funeral parlor. In 2008, actors Elisabeth Shue and Thomas Hayden Church filmed a dinner scene on the second floor.
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The Andover building used to be the E.M. Lundgren Funeral Home. In 2008, actors Elisabeth Shue and Thomas Hayden Church filmed a dinner scene on the second floor.
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Palmers Restaurant and Tavern, 18 Elm Street, was opened by owner/chef John Palmer Ingalls. Ingalls first opened Palmers in Swampscott in 1988, but moved to Andover in 1995. Ingalls is opening a second restaurant in Marblehead (summer 2013).

The Andover building used to be the E.M. Lundgren Funeral Home. In 2008, actors Elisabeth Shue and Thomas Hayden Church filmed a dinner scene on the second floor.

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  • "A well-seasoned formula: Ingalls says Palmers succeeds by keeping diners happy," Andover Townsman, April 18, 2013, p. 13.



--Kim 11:57, April 25, 2013 (EDT)

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